English Creek - Part 3, pages 230-278 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, pages 230-278 Summary

Part 3, pages 230-278

Fire season has begun and Jick's father is informed that in efforts to decrease costs, the forests east of the Continental Divide, which include English Creek, will not be assigned fire guards unless things begin to burn.

The hay season moves quickly and soon the hay crew is moving the equipment to the alfalfa fields where they will spend the last ten days of the season. Since these fields are farther up into the mountains, Marie brings the men a lunch every afternoon in the alfalfa fields. One of the afternoons, she arrives with Toussaint Rennie who joins the men for lunch. Jick sees another opportunity here to find out something about Stanley Meixell's history. Rennie, too, refuses to give a direct answer.

When Clayton sprains his ankle, Good Help shows up to take his place...

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