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One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey Chapter Summary & Analysis - Camp Meat Summary

Sam Kieth
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Camp Meat Summary and Analysis

It is frosty in the late August mornings when Dick sees seven rams feeding on a grassy slope above Glacier Creek. He hears an outboard motor and sees two hunters heading towards the sheep. Dick takes his spotting scope up to the hump behind the cabin to pick berries and watch the hunters. He assumes they might kill the rams but will leave enough meat and carcasses behind for his supply. Dick watches them kill two rams and roll them down the hill to a level spot for butchering. Late in the afternoon he sees two very tired hunters lugging heavy loads to their boat and motor away. Early the next morning Dick heads out to scavenge the sheep meat left behind. He finds unopened carcasses of two rams with unspoiled meat. He loads the chilled and butchered meat in his canoe. Back...

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