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Hattie Big Sky Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

Kirby Larson
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Chapter 18 Summary

Independence Day celebrations give Hattie a chance to demonstrate her pitching arm in the friendly game of baseball that is regularly played, and the picnic is filled with goodies brought by all. It is so hot that Hattie has been dragging her mattress outside at night, trying to take advantage of even the slightest drop in temperature. The Martins don't attend the Independence Day picnic, and Hattie is grateful. Though Hattie's team loses in the end, the game is well played and enjoyed by all. Afterward, having visited and eaten, they pack up to head home for their individual chores. Hattie has Karl drop her off early so that she can walk the remaining distance and cool off.

The sound of riders breaks Hattie from her thoughts and she watches the group in the distance as one rider breaks off and heads for Hattie's. Traft is polite...

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