From Hwy 1 (Trans-Canada Hwy), take Exit 156,
“Jumping Pound Road.” Go south on Jumping Pound Road
to a “T” intersection. Turn right (west) on
Township Road 244, go 1.9 km, crossing a bridge. Turn
right at the intersection marked by the “501 31 No
Exit” sign and proceed 0.6 km to a rustic barbed
wire gate on the right side of the road. (Do not go as
far as the cattle guard.) Do not open the gate. Instead,
park nearby and climb the fence to the right side of the
gate. Follow vehicle tracks 0.3 km downhill to the
The rescue complete, Jack and Ennis leave the hippies and
their offer of casual sex.
JACK and ENNIS ride off, the hippies in the
Hell, I guess I could a been a
hippie. If I’d had more education.
I don’t like damn hippies.
Un-American if you ask me.
Yeah, you’re pretty
square, aren’t you? If they only knew just
how square you are!
They both laugh.
The notion of Ennis as a
redneck is repeated here, not only as fodder for
Jack’s “square” joke, but quite possibly
with the intent of reminding us that Ennis was
particularly vulnerable to adopting society’s
Always obtain appropriate permission before entering
private property. Exercise special caution in areas where
livestock may be present.