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CHAPTER 5 - FOOTHILL TRAIL

" Guess I was a bit anxious about the kid," he stated. "Thought I'd like to know what had happened."
That might be true, might not be, reflected Bill. The guy might have come for the reason given ; he might on the other hand be anxious not for Rocky's welfare, as implied, but for the exact opposite reason -or possibly because he was just inquisitive. Bill didn't know, not yet.
Bruce gave him the facts as far as he knew them, gave them curtly. Spike listened, then tried to sound pleasant.
" I'm mighty glad you've got him back," he said. " I ain't sayin' you an' me have hit it off, Bruce, but I don't hold with stuff like this, no, sir."
" That's big of you," drawled the Doc, the tone he used clearly implying that he was indulging in sarcasm-not the fashion in Black Creek, but then the Doc was different from most of the other residents.
Spike's eyes snapped at him.
" Guess nobody asked you to talk," he muttered.
There was silence. Spike shuffled his feet, obviously ill at ease. He could sense the hostile atmosphere all right. Bill watched with interest.
" Well, guess I'll be goin'," said Spike at last. " Glad the boy's O.K."
They let him go, nobody trying to detain him. When he had stamped away the Doc took off his spectacles and polished them carefully.
" Maybe Spike is feelin' friendly all of a sudden," he said, and then added, " but maybe not. ..."
Bill changed the subject. Spike Borden and his apparent change of heart could wait. The ranger wanted information about other matters.
He got his information, learned quite a lot. He

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