Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness - Chapter 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21-22 Summary and Analysis

Fred borrows some supplies from Mr. O'Shaughnessy. While the men are outside, Anne learns that Ptarmigan Drop is a dangerous pass, but a shortcut. She then realizes that her outer clothing is outside with the men. Fred says he can make better time without Anne but finally agrees to her coming along. The hardest and most dangerous part of the trip is ahead of them.

When Anne sees Ptarmigan Creek, she tells Fred that there is no way they can go that way, but he tells her that he is going. From where they are they can see Cab's sled. Anne goes down the drop with some of the dogs and Fred follows with the sled. Fred used chains on the runners of the sled to slow it on the steep incline. They make it to the bottom and...

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