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CHAPTER 9 - ROCKY TAKES A HAND

He wandered about the room, saw a letter lying on his father's desk. It was folded but the heading was visible. Rocky stared at it and then picked up the paper and unfolded it.
It was not his habit to read his father's letters, but now something stronger than himself forced him to it. The heading proclaimed that it was from a firm of land agents in Phoenix.
A few minutes later he replaced the letter. It stated that the firm had a client interested in purchasing a ranch in the Black Creek area. If Mr. Bruce was thinking of selling perhaps he would be so kind as to inform the firm who would then contact the client. And that was not all, for folded inside the letter was a piece of paper bearing Bruce's handwriting-a rough draft of his reply. It said that he might be interested in selling Indian Range.
Rocky stared unseeingly out of the window. His father had said nothing to him about any of this, but that was his way, to keep things to himself, especially matters which he knew would upset the boy. It was clear that he was grasping this straw, intending to sell the ranch while he could still obtain some sort of price. Rocky turned on his heel and left the room and the ranch-house. As always he felt he must get out into the air, away from any human kind-it was his habit when upset. Now, though he had only just recovered from his terrible experiences in the hills, he fetched his pony and rode away from Indian Range. His father would be angry, perhaps, but the boy was past caring. Indian Range was to be sold, his home purchased by some stranger. Where would he and his father go ? To some city, perhaps. Rocky hated the thought.

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