Follow the River - Chapters 11, 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

James Alexander Thom
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Chapters 11, 12 and 13 Summary

After their first night away from the Indians, Mary is awakened by Ghetel scrambling in an effort to catch an animal. Mary tells her that the animal would likely have chewed Ghetel's arm had she caught it, and they set off to find breakfast. They finally discover hickory nuts and paw-paws, and gather plenty of both to carry along the path. At the end of the day, Mary estimates that they've walked fifteen or twenty miles. She says that it sounds good, but not when compared with the distance still to cover. Mary estimates that it will take a month and a half to get back to Draper's Meadow, but vows that she will make it. They soon come to a river dumping into the O-Y-O and have to trek miles up that river in search of a place to cross...

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