Little Altars Everywhere - Chapters 4 & 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4 & 5 Summary

Chapter 4, Skinny-Dipping (Baylor, 1963) recounts an idyllic visit to the family summer home, Spring Creek, from the viewpoint of six-year-old Baylor, the youngest of the Walker children. Vivi Walker pends every summer at Spring Hill with her fellow Ya-Yas and their children. The men only visit occasionally on the weekends, remaining in Thornton to work. Each family has a cottage or "camp" at Spring Creek. The Walkers' camp is called Sans Souci, French for without a care. Afternoons are spent at Shop-and-Skate, the only combination skating rink and grocery store in Central Louisiana.

The camp is within walking distance of three different swimming holes. The Walkers have the best inner tubes, from their father's farm machinery. Sometimes Bay will stand across from Sidda on the inner tube, holding hands to balance as they float away. At sunset, they all go back to the creek...

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