Full Throttle: Stories - “By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain” Summary & Analysis

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“By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain” began in the morning, and Gail London was pretending to be a robot. Her mother was recovering from a party before and wanted Gail to be quiet. She insisted that Gail and her three sisters, Heather, Miriam, and Mindy, entertain themselves quietly. When they could not comply, Gail’s mother angrily pushed them out of the house, insisting they play by Lake Champlain.

The morning left a thick mass of fog over the water, and Gail walked down the small strand toward the Quarrel’s lake house. Along the way, she found a green piece of sea glass and a small silver spoon. She decided these discoveries, along with a small tin cowboy, came from a boat wreck. Amidst her daydream, she heard a “long, mournful lowing” similar to a foghorn...

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