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CHAPTER 2 - INDIAN TRAIL

Pasco, but they were probably inside the shack. Their ponies could be tethered behind the buildings out of sight.
For a few moments Rocky stayed where he was, watching. The Indian holding remained silent and without movement. Beyond it the massive peaks of the main mountain range reared into the sky, changing colour as the sun, though not yet near setting, began to slide down towards the west. North and west, but out of sight, lay the Indian Range ranch-house, hidden behind miles of rough, broken country, the jagged outcrops and foothills desolate. In the other direction, south-east, was the Apache Reservation, three miles away, but like the ranchhouse, out of sight. Over all hung a brooding desolation, the desolation of nature in the raw, untamed by the hand of man, for here puny humankind could only scratch a bare living from the barren groundand often enough not even that.
Rocky Bruce, more sensitive than many boys of his age, swept the desolation with eyes keen enough but holding in their depths a kind of fear. The wastes of the Black Creek country had always affected him like this ; it sometimes seemed to him that the ancient spirits of nature brooded over this country, one of their last strongholds. There was an atmosphere almost of evil hanging over everything, and down there below him, in the rough Indian shack, evil men were plotting.
He dismissed his thoughts, turned and made his way to the foot of the outcrop. He intended to make a detour, still on foot, circle the first mesa and so come behind the shack and the outhouses. These were close against a great slope of ground to the north, where there was much cover. Rocky intended to reach this

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