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Outlander Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary

Diana Gabaldon
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Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary

Mr. Cook arrives, as scheduled, to take Claire on an outing to view the plant life among the Highlands. He arrives on a motorbike with the press attached to the sides. Claire is very impressed. They set out for a picnic and Claire wishes she had brought a pen and paper to take notes. She would have to settle for her memory, as Mr. Cook recites all of his knowledge of the local greenery.

Claire, to her excitement, discovers a miniature henge. Frank and Claire had visited Stonehenge not long after they were married; but this is quite special to her, considering it is miniature and off the beaten path. Claire mentions to Mr. Cook that Frank would be thrilled to see this particular henge, as she circles and touches several of the stones. Claire says that she will bring Frank to see the stones...

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