My Side of the Mountain - I Pile Up Wood and Go on with Winter – I Have a Good Look at Winter and Find Spring in the Snow Summary & Analysis

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I Pile Up Wood and Go on With Winter – Sam wakes up early the morning after he realizes he needs more firewood, and begins collecting and chopping. He makes a line of woodpiles that reach the forest, knowing that if he needs to, he can tunnel under the snow from one to the next, until he reaches the woods. As the first storm comes on, Sam is nervous, but afterwards, not worried anymore. He observes how much the Baron loves the snow. Sam realizes he can ice fish, and gather teaberry leaves by digging. He also realizes his plan to have to dig tunnels to get to firewood was silly, but important. He spends his days working on clothes, trying new meals, or...

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