English Creek - Part 3 pages 308-320 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 pages 308-320 Summary

Jick, Paul and Stanley take lunches up to the fire line and Mac asks Jick about Stanley. Jick assures his father that Stanley is staying sober. Later, Jick and Stanley are preparing food when the men bring an injured firefighter down from the fireline. A fallen limb had crushed his arm and collarbone so Paul instructs the men to get him down to the trailhead and drive him to Gros Ventre. Later in the day, Stanley asks Jick to take a walk with him. The camp is located beside the creek which runs through the base of Flume Gulch. The fire is now on the top of one side of the slope and Stanley and Jick walk up the opposite side. Jick figures Stanley wants to view the fire from there, but Stanley seems more interested in walking around...

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