On the Far Side of the Mountain - A Trade Comes My Way – I Am In For a Surprise Summary & Analysis

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A Trade Comes My Way – Sam stays away from home for three nights, trying to use his sling, killing one squirrel, and missing forty others. Bando swings by to visit Sam. Bando was Sam’s first real friend on the mountain, and helped Sam to make clay pots and build a raft among other things. Bando is an English professor at a college near the Hudson, and now owns an old cabin two miles down that he shares with his new wife, Zella, a lawyer, who is forever encouraging Bando to make improvements, such as putting down an actual floor. Bando reveals he has sold two chairs he made out of logs –Adirondack styled furniture, which consists of unpeeled branches and crooked forks of trees. Sam agrees to help Bando, though Sam wants no...

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