The Big Sky - Chapters 25-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-27 Summary

Dick, Boone and Jim are looking at the rendezvous site early in the morning and discussing their plans. Summers wants to go off on his own and figures that the old days are gone, and the West is being settled. It isn't the same kind of fun that it used to be. He says goodbye to his two best friends, Jim and Boone.

In chapter Twenty-Six, Jim, Boone and Poordevil are following a trail. They are going beyond Three Forks where the Blackfoot are. Jim knows Boone is looking for Teal Eye. He stays with Boone, though Jim wonders why he stays.

Boone shoots an elk and they decide to camp at the spot. They eat and talk, and Boone thinks about Summers and wishes he were there. Four Indians appear, a family of four. Jim offers them food and soon...

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