Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Part 2, Tracks, Chapters 4-5, The Pacific Crest Trail, Volume 1: California, Tracks Summary & Analysis

Cheryl Strayed
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Part 2, Tracks, Chapters 4-5, The Pacific Crest Trail, Volume 1: California, Tracks Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4 begins with Cheryl questioning her decision to hitchhike to the beginning of the PCT, although she knows it's a necessary evil. As she begins her hike, she feels good about herself however, when she realizes that hiking is harder than walking, Cheryl can't help but notice how different hiking the trail is than what she imagined. Cheryl remembers when she first looked at the book that inspired her trip. She was in Sioux Falls, South Dakota with her friend, Aimee, to pick up her truck. It was while waiting in line that she first saw the book, although she didn't give much thought to it then.

Cheryl's trip to Sioux Falls became even more involved, though, when she noticed that...

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