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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

Phoebe reminds Gram of Gloria, her friend who didn't want her to marry Gramps. Gramps thinks it's because she wanted him herself. They now pull into a rest stop. Sal doesn't want to stop as Grandparents Hiddle always get into trouble. Two years in Washington D.C., they got arrested for stealing the back tires off a senator's car. They were only borrowing to fix the two flat tires, but what is accepted in Bybanks, Kentucky is not accepted in Washington D.C. Last year, they got stopped by the police for driving on the shoulder. Gramps thought it was an extra lane.

At the rest stop, Gramps notice a woman leaning over the fender of her car, peering at her engine. He gallantly volunteers to help. Gramps starts to take one component off after another. Two hours later, various pieces of the car's engine are scattered...

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