Running After Antelope - Pages 80 to 93 Summary & Analysis

Scott Carrier
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Pages 80 to 93 Summary and Analysis

Although Scott was always anxious to visit the Tarahumara in Mexico, four members who were going to participate in the hundred-mile marathon through the Wasatch Mountains came and stayed with him. Their manager was a back-country tour guide from Tucson and arranged the trip to bring focus to the tribe and their families who were all starving. The men preferred to eat outside because that was what they were accustomed to. Scott asked them if they ever ran down a deer. They didn't know why but the deer had largely disappeared. They heard stories about deer running being done in the past. Three of the four tribesmen finished first, second and fourth in the marathon.

Scott took a job from a well-known men's magazine. The editor had liked his work on Cambodia. The magazine needed a war correspondent but...

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