Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Chapters 2-3, Splitting, Hunting in a Remotely Upright Position Summary & Analysis

Cheryl Strayed
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Chapters 2-3, Splitting, Hunting in a Remotely Upright Position Summary and Analysis

Cheryl begins chapter 2 with discussing what a map would look like if it depicted the various moves she made in the four year period after her mother's deat,h and how it would not point out how she tried to keep her family, her marriage and herself together and failed. Before arriving in Mojave, CA on the night before beginning the PCT, Cheryl visited her mom's grave in Minnesota, telling her mother everything that's happened since her death and that she's leaving Minnesota. Cheryl tells her mother that she's taking her spirit with her.

The next day, Cheryl leaves for Portland with her truck and food packages that she will have her friend mail to her at different destinations along the PCT. After leaving her...

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