Marley and Me - Chapter Twenty: Dog Beach and Chapter Twenty-one: A Northbound Plane Summary & Analysis

John Grogan (journalist)
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Chapter Twenty: Dog Beach and Chapter Twenty-one: A Northbound Plane Summary and Analysis

John's hours are flexible and he is able to spend days bicycling park trails, climbing trees, fishing or going to the beach, all in the name of researching a story. Eagerly searching for a promising story, John stumbles across Dog Beach. The majority of beaches in South Florida have banned dogs but one shining stretch of sand has remained a haven for four-legged beach-goers. John loads Marley into the car for a day at the beach. John is careful to follow the unwritten rules of Dog Beach. John sets Marley free to chase the waves but is unable to prevent Marley from urinating and then later vomiting into the water. Later, Marley poop on the sand as John runs to stop him. The...

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