Riders of the Purple Sage - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 - 12 Summary

Chapter X: Now that the girl's strength has been sufficiently restored, Venters gathers up his hunting rifle and calls Ring. The girl is nervous at the thought of his absence, but he promises to return before long. He walks through the trees to a sunny meadow. Venters spots a wide stream at the edge of the meadow and is surprised to find wild beaver damming up the stream. He realizes the beaver must have gotten into the meadow through some other route besides the Balancing Rock entrance. He follows the stream and eventually finds a chasm in the rock wall which allows the water and beaver to enter. Venters is relieved to note that the chasm is too small to allow men to enter the valley; his hideout is safe. He walks upstream to the southern wall of the valley where...

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