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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

There was indeed much to discuss. The rangers turned off the trail, found themselves a hide-out and got down to it. They made sure first, however, that there was nobody else hanging about. The evening had already been eventful enough.
They talked, Bill as always taking the lead. He told his buddies, in detail, the story of his own adventures since following the Indian to the mesa near the mountains. He described what had happened after that, including his sighting the other man, the white man whom he had allowed to leave uninvestigated. Then Ned and Jake once more told their tale, expanding their original account, Ned doing most of the talking, Jake leaning against a boulder chewing tobacco and putting in a word here and there. It was he who summed up when everything had been told.
" Sure looks like we've got here 'bout the right time," he stated laconically. " Yes, Sir."
Bill agreed with him. The picture of the set-up here was now clear-as clear as it could be at this stage. Certainly it was clear enough to convince him that Governor Deakin would want them to hang around. There were dark currents beneath the surface of Black Creek life, currents boiling now to the surface.
" I reckon we stay until we've got to the bottom of what goes on," said Bill. " That O.K. with you guys ? "
" What you think ?" was Ned's reply. " Sure we stay. I reckon we got ourself tied up with a mighty interestin' situation." He paused and added, " And now there's the Rocky slant."
" Sure, the kid was too close on the trail, maybe," replied Bill, " and the guys behind the trouble aimed to bump him off. But when it comes down to it

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