Wear a pair of socks and your feet ought to stay halfway warm and dry.
how much do i owe you?
Jan Burres giving Chris some warm clothes for Alaska. which he accepted reluctantly
You might need warm clothes in Alaska!
Mccandles writing to his sister about how he's going to go to Alaska after leaving South Dakota
"Before Alex (Chris) Left for pickup, Gallien reached behind his seat, pulled out an old pair of rubber boots, and persuaded the boy to take them."
a coworker of Chris recalls how slow he was when he was working
"After an extended argument Burres also got McCandless to accept some long underwear and other warm clothing she thought he'd need in Alaska."
chris during his college years being recalled by walt and others
"Hey, good to see you Chris!"
"I will not be here in South Dakota very much longer, My friend, Wayne wants me to stay working at the grain elevator through may... but i have my soul set on the Alaskan Odyssey and hope to be on my way no later than April 15th."
chris's mom recalls their relationship after highschool
"Frankly, I was surprised he ever got hired. she says. He could do the job- he cooked in the back-but he always worked at the same slow pace, even during the lunch rush, no matter ow much you'd get on him to hurry it up."
"I saw Chris at a party after his sophomore year at Emory, remembers Eric Hathaway and it was obvious that he had changed he seemed very introverted, almost cold. when i said hey good to see you Chris, his reply was cynical: yeah, sure, that's what everybody says. it was hard to get him to open up"
Yeah, sure, that's what everybody says."
"Chris's relations with his parents, which had been unusually courteous since his graduation from high school, deteriorated significantly that summer, Walt and Billie had no idea why. According to Billie, He seemed mad at us more often, and he became more withdrawn-no, that's not the right word. Chris was never withdrawn. but he wouldn't tell us what was on his mind and spent more time by himself."