My Side of the Mountain - The Spring in the Winter and the Beginning of My Story’s End – The City Comes to Me Summary & Analysis

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The Spring in the Winter and the Beginning of My Story’s End – From the owl eggs on, signs of spring are everywhere, from insects coming out to maple trees running sap. Sam makes his own Maple syrup, needing 32 cups of sap for one cup of syrup. The valley loses its snow, and turns green, though much of the mountain is still snow-covered. Sam also knows that Frightful wants to seek a mate, but he won’t let her because she is a tame bird, and because he depends on her for survival. One day, Frightful gets away from Sam just as a college student named Matt Spell, who works for the Poughkeepsie New Yorker newspaper, arrives. He is very cold, and Sam brings him to a...

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