The Notebook - Kayaks and Forgotten Dreams, Moving Water, Swans and Storms Summary & Analysis

Nicholas Sparks (author)
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Kayaks and Forgotten Dreams, Moving Water, Swans and Storms Summary

Allie wakes early after a near sleepless night, having wakened after many dreams. She is glad she came, slept in Noah's shirt and realizes that she is elated about his encouragement for her painting. She knows he likes to spend his mornings in his own way, and Noah is in fact on the water. He loves to watch the dawn of a new day from the water, and Allie recalls that they watched one sunrise together, though she had to sneak out of the house to do so. Noah splits some wood and does some other chores, and notes that it's likely to rain, meaning the trip he'd planned up the river is likely a problem.

Allie spends the morning roaming through town and goes inside a...

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