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The Man is having good dreams, which is a bad sign.
The Man has to stop and lean on the cart: "He spat a bloody drool" (372.1). The Man has to rest more and more.
They keep going. Either The Man is hallucinating or he's getting really spiritual as he gets closer to death: "He'd stop [. . .] and see him [The Boy] standing there in the road looking back at him from some unimaginable future, glowing in that waste like a tabernacle" (373.1).
They see some ice and trees. The Man wonders if in the world's final destruction it will "be possible at last to see how it was made" (374.1).
There's a lot of wreckage by the road.
They find a canvas bag alongside the road, which they can use to stow their blankets and food in. They leave the cart.
The Man thinks The Boy, holding his suitcase, looks "like an orphan waiting for a bus" (376.1).
They come to a collapsed bridge. The Boy wants to know what they're going to do. This question is obviously about more than just the bridge.
They walk up the beach and make camp. It starts to rain and they pull the tarp over themselves.
They travel inland but The Man is really slowing down. He has a huge coughing fit.
After two more days of slow progress, The Man lies down and knows he won't get back up.
The Boy brings The Man some water. The Man eats half a can of peaches; The Boy won't eat the other half.
The light seems to move with The Boy, and The Man says something really mystical and strange. The Man is dying.