The Dog Stars - Book One: Chapter I: Pages 20 - 37 Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Book One: Chapter I: Pages 20 - 37 Summary

The Mennonite group live in an old turkey farm on the creek. There are two windmills - one is for drawing water is mechanical. They signal Hig when they need help by running a red union suit on the flag pole. Hig can land on the dirt drive. Though they are weak, they keep the strip in reasonable condition. GPS still functions, but nine years without maintenance left most of the runways unusable at other airports. At one point, Hig had made a survey of the airports within a hundred mile radius, flying low and making notes. After flying low over Colorado Springs, Kirby, Cheyenne and the Air Force Academy, he does the same at Cranton and his low flight nets him a high powered hold in his fuselage. Now they know they...

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