Tracks - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Robyn's first day traveling on her own is wonderful. All she is aware of is how freeing it is to be alone and the camels are all well-behaved. When she camps at night, she ties the baby camel to a tree, knowing that his mother will not wander far on her nightly grazing. Robyn develops the habit of waking up several times each night to listen for the camels' bells, to make sure that they do not run away in the night. She does not need to worry, for they tend to crowd around her campsite in the mornings. Robyn has learned from Aborigines how to harvest the bountiful food of the desert and she finds that she is healthier than ever from her desert diet. After several days, Robyn arrives at Areyonga, an Aborigine settlement. They are very excited to...

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