In David Quammen’s “Walking Out”, David enters the woods of Montana as
a boy and leaves a man. The tragedy that happens to him and his father will
change his life forever.
When the boy and his father first arrived in Montana David was not at
all happy to be there. He did not have the best time the year before and
didn’t want to go. As soon as he got to Montana
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cabin in Montana because now he sees the importance of it. Passed down
from generation to generation David will take good care of it.
In short, this tragedy would cause heartache for anyone, but it did help
David in growing up. After one week David gained a lifetime of wisdom
and learned many new ideas which he never would have learned in Evergreen
Park. David entered Montana as a boy and left an outdoors man.