Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Chapter 19, The Dream of a Common Language Summary & Analysis

Cheryl Strayed
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Chapter 19, The Dream of a Common Language Summary and Analysis

In chapter 19, Cheryl wakes up in Olallie Lake and is the only camper left. The ranger gives her one more box that has chocolates and wine in it. Not wanting to carry the wine, she is about to leave it at the general store when she runs into Doug, who has been trying to catch up with her on the trail. They decide to hike on together and, that night, they share a campsite, the wine and stories of hiking the PCT. After he went to sleep, Cheryl thinks of Eddie as she looks at the fire, realizing all of the things he taught her and that, in one way or another, she would likely not be on the trail if not for him. She realizes that Eddie loved...

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