Woodsong - Part I, Running, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Running, Chapter 2 Summary

Paulsen loved the woods for a long time but only came to using dog teams by necessity. While at age forty he had made some money writing books, he no longer made enough to live off of. So he had to take odd jobs and one such job was working for the state of Minnesota trapping beavers to reduce the population. Some of Paulsen's friends game him four older dogs (Storm, Yogi, Obeah and Columbia) and a broken sled. But Paulsen had to learn how to run them from scratch and did not initially realize how much he needed to know. Over time he learned more and expanded his team to seven dogs and his own tent and had tripled the distance of his trap line from twenty to sixty miles. He would camp out at nights...

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