Follow the River - Chapters 14, 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

James Alexander Thom
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Chapters 14, 15 and 16 Summary

The horse has become a valuable asset. They are able to travel farther, because they can take turns resting. They can also gather food whenever they find it and take it along. On their third day with the horse, Mary stumbles on a frog and instinctively spears it. They share the frog, each eating one of its hind legs raw. Ghetel then ate the tiny front legs. Mary is suddenly afraid of Ghetel's hunger. They cross a small stream that leaves their legs and feet bleeding and injures the horse. Finding no herbs, Mary packs the wounds with mud, and it seems to soothe the injuries. That night, Mary and Ghetel take turns rubbing each other's feet. They don't ride the horse the next day, giving the leg time to heal.

The following day, it begins to rain, and the women...

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