One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey - Study Guide The Chilikadrotna Summary & Analysis

Sam Kieth
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At the end of August Dick decides the temperature and season is perfect for an eight mile canoe trip. He paddles to the Chilikadrotna's start at the lower lake's lower end. Through the binoculars, he sees a caribou bull a long way from the lower end of the upper lake. The connecting stream current takes him to the lower lake where he sees the caribou again. He watches it wade into the lake and start swimming fast like he is racing away. Dick tries to catch up to take pictures. He is careful not to get too close and risk being overturned by the bull. He tries to turn him to the beach but the moose climbs out of the water and into the brush. Dick thinks the moose tries to escape the canoe by entering the water, like he would a wolf...

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