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

Sam Kieth
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Breakup Summary and Analysis

The month of May begins with Dick's birthday on May 4. It is lightly snowing and thirty-two degrees. He spends the day chasing the three bear family to take pictures. He realizes that living in the country makes him younger than the number of his years. With characteristic planning and preparation Dick is already seasoning forty, four to six inch logs since last November to build his cache. He fries a thick ram steak for his birthday to celebrate with blueberries for dessert. He finds a giant rabbit with fourteen feet between hind feet and tracks that are six inches long outside the cabin door. He plans and visualizes his cache to store unused items five feet above the snow level on poles buried in the postholes he digs. Babe arrives with a birthday cake requested by Dick's sister Florence that Mary his wife makes. Babe...

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This section contains 683 words
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