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Chapter 2, For Your Eyes Only, pages 53-76 Summary

Bond spends the night at a motel. He completes his final preparations, dying his skin a dark color and preparing coffee and bourbon to bring on the trip along with some sandwiches and other provisions. He drives to an all-night garage, arriving early in the morning. Bond hopes that the security guard will be tired and uninterested, but the man questions him in a friendly manner. Using as few words as possible, Bond assents that he's on a hunting trip and heads off into the woods with his gear.

A dog barks at Bond from a nearby farm, but otherwise, Bond passes through the woods unnoticed. He crosses the border to the United States and burns the map showing the smuggler's route. He imagines the sleeping men at Echo Lake, unaware...

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