When the Legends Die - Part 4, Chapter 43 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 4, Chapter 43 Summary

Heading west, Tom and Jim Woodward speak very little. Tom gave only sketchy information of who he was and what he had been doing - nothing about the rodeo. Tom told Mr. Woodward that he was Ute Indian. Woodward runs about twelve to fifteen thousand head of sheep, broken into flocks of about two thousand each, which he sends to the high country for the summer range. Tom will be with three of the flocks all summer and then bring them back in the fall. The supply man will come around once per week. If he wants work in the winter, there will be work for him then, too.

Woodward drops Tom off at the camp and he gets a briefing on the camp from the man he is relieving. After they leave, Tom is amazed at the silence. Tom had...

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