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CHAPTER 4 - RANGER RIDING

still more acute than that of a white man in his prime.
As it happened, however, Bill did not put his plan into execution. Even as he reached his decision to by-pass the watcher, into sight came another man, riding a pony. He came round the base of the outcrop, passed under the eyrie from which the Indian was watching and continued along the track which after a little became the cleft which had first interested Bill. The Indian did not move, except to turn a little so that he could watch the man as he moved west.
Bill also watched. The rider was clearly to be seen for a while as the sun fell athwart him. Bill saw that he was short and thick-set with unshaven face, an ancient Stetson on his head. He seemed unaware that he was watched, seemed in no way anxious. He took no precautions against being seen but rode steadily along the track, presently disappearing from sight into the cleft.
The ranger watched him go and then turned back to discover what the Indian was doing. He had gone, in the short space of time while Bill's attention was focused on the rider, disappearing as though the earth had swallowed him. Bill hadn't taken his eyes off him for more than a matter of moments, but the Shushone had wasted no time. He had gone as though he had never been on the outcrop.
Bill moved himself then, going after the Indian as being the more interesting of the two men up here amongst the mountains. He went after him but he didn't find him. He found nothing, not a trace, not a track. Probably the Apache had left his pony somewhere near the outcrop under cover, but the beast had gone and Bill could find_ no evidence that it had ever been present, no dust lying here to provide prints.

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