Night of the Howling Dogs - Chapters 22 - 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 - 23 Summary

Mr. Bellows and Sam are pretty well battered by the sea and the sun. They're in danger of heatstroke. Louie goes for help while Dylan tries to set Sam up with a makeshift protective shelter. "I managed to get Sam into the crevice and sat him down in a pool of water...I secured the shirts to four pieces of driftwood and jammed the sticks into the cracks between the rocks above the crevice. They made a roof, shading Sam's head and chest.

But Mr. Bellows is still unprotected. What to do? Suddenly Dylan remembers the air mattress. Of course! He finds more sticks and makes a lean-to, propping the limp air mattress up by poking the sticks through the brass rope rings at the corners. "Crawl under this, Mr. Bellows." But the shelter is still not good enough. Dylan goes...

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