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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

which they took ; he was willing to run the risk of allowing them a long lead.
His eyes were keen, the light still strong. He saw them turn south-west, still making towards Pasco's place.
Rocky went back to his pony, and made as much speed as he could after that. So far he was in no danger of being seen, for he remained well behind. Soon, however, he would have to close up and then would require both skill and luck.
He reached the junction of the two tracks and turned south-west. His father would not have picked up the tracks of the two ponies in the dust of the trail, but Rocky did. He rode carefully, eyes first on the surface of the trail and then peering ahead lest danger should break.
He did not sight the quarry again, for here the outcrops were higher and obstructed the view. To dismount and climb to a vantage point would be to waste too much time. In any event Rocky was by now convinced that his quarry were making for Pasco's place. This particular track led nowhere else.
After another mile the hoof-prints ceased for now the ground was stony. On either side of the track were great rocks and outcrops of the mountains ; it was possible that Tuck and Pasco had turned off, but the better gamble was that they had pushed on along the track. Rocky now moved very cautiously, for Pasco's place lay not far ahead. He approached each bend stealthily, and did not round it until he had made sure that the area ahead was deserted.
He came to one such bend and realised that it was the last before the shack was reached. He took even more precautions and dismounted, approaching the bend on foot. As he peered round it he heard the

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