The Park Service - Part Three: Chapters 20-28 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: Chapters 20-28

Chapter 20: Just Passing Through

The following morning, Jimmy wakes Aubrey and they head out. They make it to the train trestle quickly, but they discover that they cannot enter the mountain tunnel from there. They will have to climb over the mountain to find where the train ends up at the end of its journey. It is a difficult climb, but they begin with determination. That night Aubrey dreams of the slaughter at the cove. For days they climb. One day they come across a man with his son. The son is deformed and has a strange tumor on his neck. The man is interested to know if Aubrey and Jimmy have women with them. It seems the man will not allow them to pass, but Jimmy simply walks past him, so Aubrey follows.

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