Leaving Cheyenne - Part III, Go Turn My Horses Free: Chapters One through Five Summary & Analysis

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Part III, Go Turn My Horses Free: Chapters One through Five Summary

Chapter One

Johnny was digging post holes when he saw Gid driving down in his new truck. Gid had never talked much until he turned sixty, and then he never stopped. He was drinking beer and talking about the hail storm he was in thirty some years before. Just like his father, Gid could never rest and had to be working all the time even though he didn't have to. Gid was getting hard of hearing but when Johnny suggested a hearing aid, he was insulted.

Gid lit a stogie and continued the story that Johnny had heard a hundred times. Gid told Johnny that they wouldn't be working the next day because he promised to take his granddaughter, Susie, to the movies...

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