Grayson - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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Cox continued to push herself to finish her swim workout even though she was still concerned about the strange creature she thought was somewhere close to her in the water. The sun had still not risen so Cox looked at the blue and yellow lights on the oil rigs located about three miles offshore to keep herself on course. When the sun did finally appear over the horizon Cox described the changes in the ocean from the waking of the gulls and other birds to the changing colors of the water. As the sun began to warm her, Cox relaxed and found her rhythm again. She was ready to be done with her workout though. Cox noted from the clock tower that it had taken her three hours to complete the swim and she chided herself for lengthening her time by three minutes...

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