Woodsong - Part I, Running, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Running, Chapter 3 Summary

In times of boredom while pulling the dogs, Paulsen would often allow the dogs space to amuse themselves. He notes, however, that in cases of extreme cold, say at forty below zero Fahrenheit, the precautious you must take become severe and nature changes. Steel will become brittle and break and simple breaths of air threaten to burst the blood vessels in your throat. Well, to pass the time, Paulsen would often let his dogs play with meat bones. One of his dogs, Columbia, usually refused to engage in the "Bone Wars" with other dogs, instead burying her bones. That is, until one day when she moved a bone very, very close to a less intelligent dog, Olaf, and watched him struggle to get the bone which was not quite within his reach.

After that, Paulsen felt he...

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