"Fall came on with a softness, so that Brian didn't what was in store-a hard-spined north woods winter, until it was too late."
"I'm so cold."
"It is now up to me to survive in the winter."
Brian's shelter or cave.
Brian is in the middle of the Canadian forest during winter. Some of the characters in the story are Brian, David, and David's wife and kids. The point of view is first person, and Brian is the narrator.
"Today will be the day I get my first big kill."
Brian still didn't get rescued. So now it's up to him to survive in the winter. I think the type of conflict is character vs, nature.
"I now have enough to survive for the rest of the winter."
Brian now realizes that it is now winter and he will have to survive. He starts out by making more powerful weapons and some warmer clothes, out of the old rabbit hide. He finally gets it all ready when he decides to go hunting.
"You can always come back."
"I will miss this place."
Brian shot a moose with his war bow. After that he had just about enough food for the rest of the winter, now all he had to do was keep the fire going so he kept warm.
Brian shot a deer the last day he went hunting so now he is all set. Now he has just been observing the land around him, and he even had a Thanksgiving feast. Everything is going good when he hears a noise during the night and decides to go looking th next morning.
After Brian took his walk he found a trapping family that let him stay till their next supply plane came, though he doesn't want to leave his new home he still gets on the plane.