When the Legends Die - Part 4, Chapter 47 Summary & Analysis

Hal Borland
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Part 4, Chapter 47 Summary

Tom camped at the old camp that first night. Tom could still smell the sheep, even though they are gone. Tom thinks that many things were like the sheep, just when one thinks they are free of them, the smell keeps coming back. That is why he is there now. He had gotten rid of all the other memory smells but this last one of the bear. He plans to track it down and if it is a grizzly he will kill it.

Tom tracks the bear up the mountain, circling back to where he started, without finding another sign. If it were a cinnamon brown bear, it should have left more signs. Brown bears keep a smaller wandering range than grizzlies and would have stayed closer to an easy food source, like the sheep. A grizzly bear would have ranged...

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