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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

that he was watched. For some five minutes the three remained on the trail talking. Then they remounted. Tuck said something to Bud and the boy swung away almost due north, aiming through the broken country back towards Black Creek-and, probably, the Bar-20, which lay that way. Pasco and Tuck Werner made in the opposite direction.
Rocky watched them go, riding single file through the outcrops to the south, rapidly disappearing from view, Pasco leading, riding his pony Indian fashion with only a blanket, no saddle. Only for a few moments did the boy hesitate. Then he went swiftly back to his own beast and mounted. Bud he could forget, he could not be so important as Pasco and Tuck Werner. Rocky was going to trail these two, if he could. He knew that he was running a risk, knew that he was taking something on, trailing the Apache. He realised, too, that there might be danger. Tuck Werner was a ruthless man. His association with the Indian had been kept secret. If he discovered that Rocky was on the trail, he might take swift and deadly action. Just the same the boy, having reached a decision, did not draw back.
The trail ran towards the west, towards the distant Indian Range ranch-house. Now it lay silent and deserted. Bud was out of sight riding north, the other two were making south-in the general direction of the shack where Pasco lived with his grandfather White Eagle. If it were humanly possible Rocky was going to trail them, find out where they were going ; if possible what they were engaged in.
All his suspicions of Tuck Werner and Pasco were now revived. Until now it had seemed unlikely that both could be involved in the war-for such it wasagainst Indian Range ; but as a result of what Rocky

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