Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Chapters 6-7, A Bull in Both Directions, The Only Girl in the Woods Summary & Analysis

Cheryl Strayed
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Chapters 6-7, A Bull in Both Directions, The Only Girl in the Woods Summary and Analysis

Chapter 6 begins with Cheryl having dinner and a shower at Frank's house. The next day, Cheryl hitched a ride to Ridgecrest and had her stove repaired. She decides to spend the night and the motel manager informs her of the snowy conditions on the Sierra Nevada. The next day, Cheryl continues to hike the PCT, working hard not to focus on her aching body. That night she went to sleep gracious for the warmth. But the next day, she found herself hiking through heat so horrible that she contemplated quitting. Another reason she thought to quit was that she decided to hike the trail in order to process her emotions but yet she had not done so...

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