The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures - Chapter 5, Fever!, Chapter 6, The Brink of the Yosemite Fall Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Fever!, Chapter 6, The Brink of the Yosemite Fall Summary and Analysis

After Muir goes south, he heads o the Amazon but decides against it because he is concerned about coming down with a disease. The sickness described in this chapter, is the worst Muir experienced.

The chapter opens as Muir makes his way south across the country when he comes across an area he could not pass through. A proprietor told him that a schooner which is carrying lumber to Galveston Texas might take him along the cost from Cedar Keys, so Muir sets out to find the owner, Mr. Hodgson. Hodgson accepts but Muir will have to work for him for two weeks while they wait for the next trip. Muir lives with Hudgson during this time. The first day that Muir starts work however...

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