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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

it tapered and was now out of sight beyond the outcrops.
Bill peered down into the cleft, but the shadows now lay so thick that it was impossible to discern more than vague mystery at the bottom.
It looked as though the quarry was lost, but Bill wasn't giving up as easily as that. He moved to a point from which he could look down on to the main trail. Here the light was still strong. There were no prints in the alkali indicating that the trail had been used. That meant that almost certainly the guy had pushed along the cleft. Bill reckoned he could just about have negotiated the place where it tapered to only three feet.
The ranger struck east himself, moving swiftly but silently. His gun was now in his hand, though he knew that the odds against his needing to use it were pretty long. The odds that whoever was up here amongst the mountains and outcrops was engaged in illicit business were not more than fifty-fifty, anyway.
The rough, broken ground sloped down to the east, so that Bill had no difficulty in his going. Between the outcrops were goat-tracks which he used ; eventually he passed beyond those outcrops which hitherto had blocked his view. He found, however, that the narrow trail which he judged the unknown had used, continued, twisting between the hills. He still didn't know where it led, for more hills blocked his view. The cleft had finished by now, as the land on either side sloped down. Now it was an ordinary track.
Something, however, he did discover. Again a slight movement caught his attention, and this time he was rewarded by a clear sight of the man who made that movement. He was on the crest of an outcrop somewhat lower than the others, ahead of Bill

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