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The Man Who Walked Through Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapters 6-10 Summary

Colin Fletcher
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Part 3, Chapters 6-10 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Six, "Rock," is devoted to Fletcher's attention as it analyzes and describes the rocks of the canyon. In the beginning of the chapter, Fletcher notices these things while chatting with Jim Bailey, who for Fletcher was a sight for sore eyes. Fletcher had not spoken to anyone in two weeks.

One of the outcroppings that caught Fletcher's eye was the while limestone inside the cave where Fletcher's first cache was stored. As Fletcher followed the trail, the author focused more on the red sandstone. Fletcher also talks about the beauty of a juniper beside the Redwall, the perfect place to set up camp.

As Fletcher goes deeper into the canyon, he describes the effect of seeing all of the layers, strata upon strata, from the top of the Rim. The sight is something that Fletcher never would have seen in...

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