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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

showing himself a strange rider making for Black Creek. It might be-but it might not. In Bill's experience those who kept under cover and those who rode through the waste lands at night or towards night, were more often than not engaged in business which could not be termed legitimate. And Bill, being who he was, didn't intend to pass on his way turning his head.
It was an idea, however, to convince the watcher that this was just what he was doing. He rode on, rounded another bend and increased speed. He turned a third bend and then took his pony off the track to the east. The great cliff had steadily descended in a slope and now to the east lay broken land but not impossible to negotiate.
Bill dismounted and tethered his beast. Then he waited, listening until he was sure that he had not been followed.
" You can have a rest, pal," he said to his pony. " I'll have a look-see."
The pony nuzzled him as though it understood what he said. Bill patted the sleek neck and then moved away on foot. He made sure his guns were loose in their holsters.
His sense of direction never deserted him. The trail had twisted since leaving the cleft but Bill made no mistake as he went back, though he did not use the trail. Instead he moved parallel with it, making his way at first through a mass of huddled rocks and then coming to the slope of the cliff, climbing it cautiously. Thus at length he came to the top of the cliff but on the other side of the cleft from where the unknown man had watched-presuming that it was a man. Somehow Bill didn't reckon it had been a woman.
The cleft he knew he could cross, for at the mouth

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