Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Part Three, Range of Light, Chapters 8-9. Corvidology, Staying Found Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Range of Light, Chapters 8-9. Corvidology, Staying Found Summary and Analysis

Cheryl, Doug and Tom get back on the PCT in chapter 8 but it isn't long before Cheryl makes up an excuse for Doug and Tom to go ahead so she can be alone. Cheryl contemplates how far she's gone on the trail but has growing doubts about her ability to tackle the High Sierra. While continuing on the trail the next day, she encounters a patch of dangerous ice and, after struggling to cross it, she realizes that she is not prepared to cross the High Sierra and that she must bypass it. She feels sad because she will miss what she feels is the highlight of the trail.

When she camps with Doug and Tom that night, she tells them about her...

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