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I Heard the Owl Call My Name Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Once the bishop departs, Mark goes to fulfill his promise to Calamity Bill to spread his ashes. He wonders on the way how he can possibly adapt to his old world and what he has actually accomplished in Kingcome. He also wonders what he has learned. On his way, he detours to assist a logger and his family as they move their float camp (home, garden and office all on a floating, moveable platform) to a new location. He hooks his boat to the platform, providing more power for the tow. During the six hours, he gets a tour of the floating camp and meets the family. Then, he proceeds on to the cove where Calamity wanted his ashes spread.

Mark has a lot of time to think on this trip, not being consumed by planning for the future or present, and to observe himself. He comes...

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