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

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Part III, Go Turn My Horses Free: Chapters Six through Nine Summary

Chapter Six

Molly ran out and helped Gid into the house. His side was hurting from the bumpy ride home. At his request, Molly made him a plate of fresh tomatoes. Later that evening, the town doctor came out and tried to get Gid to go back to the hospital but he refused. Molly tended to Gid and he started a slow recovery. Willy confronted Johnny in town, blaming him for taking Gid out of the hospital. Johnny told him that the doctor said he was getting better and that Gid planned on working on the fences the next week. Johnny worked the ranch everyday and had supper with Molly and Gid every evening. Molly was doing everything in her power to keep...

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