Lonesome Dove - Part Two: Chapters 62-65 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Chapters 62-65 Summary

Slowly, Po Campo invests himself as a member of the group with his culinary talents. Morale sinks when a day and half before they reach the Canadian, it begins to rain again. This is a different storm because of the lightning that accompanies it. The thunder and lightning are so intense that the remuda of horses becomes agitated and Newt rides over to help Pete Spettle calm them. A bolt strikes close enough to start his horse pitching. Another bolt strikes close and a number of the cattle drop to the ground. They hit the dirt like bricks, and the remainder run west, ignoring Call, Dish, and Deets, who are trying to turn them. Newt watches another bolt curl down. Instead of stopping, it becomes a bluish light that travels through the horns of the closely running...

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