The Tracker - Bear Smacking and Outlaw Dogs Summary & Analysis

Tom Brown (naturalist)
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Bear Smacking and Outlaw Dogs Summary

Brown spends the next ten years exploring America's wild lands, eventually making it to California and back. He goes to the Dakota Badlands to see he can survive. He seeks Indian elders and other elders to teach him. He loves the beauty of the colorful Badlands, but there is sometimes no water. He learns to adapt himself to the desert patterns so well that he has a hard time leaving the place.

Next, Brown tries Death Valley, which is hotter and hungrier than the Badlands. He spends eight weeks in Death Valley and wishes he could have spent more. He says he learns so much there. The day is brutal, but the night is gorgeous, blue and eerie, with bright stars. He goes to the Grand Canyon with a pack mule and horse. He loves...

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