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Old Yeller Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

Fred Gipson
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Chapter 3 Summary

Travis is still upset when he goes hunting for more meat, but he milks the cows and catches Jumper so that the mule can carry back the deer. Once Travis and Jumper are on their way, Travis thinks how nice it would be to be riding his own horse instead of an old mule. He leaves Jumper tied up away from the Salt Licks, where he is headed to hunt so that Jumper will not scare off any game or take off when Travis fires his gun. Travis comments on the beauty of the day but realizes he must be downwind from game so that they do not smell him and get spooked. This is something Papa taught him and Travis makes his way around the Salt Licks until he is downwind and he leans against a tree with his rifle across his knees and keep real...

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