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about Oregon, and it so far away you can't think where."
" Not everybody. Not as many as will be."
" It'll blow over. You wait and see." She got the broom out of the corner. "I declare, that dog does track things up."
Evans looked down at Rock, who had let himself fall in the middle of the floor after leaving the marks of his big pads on the worn wood. "Rock's a good dog."
At the mention of his name, the dog lifted his head and got up slow and came over and put his chin in Evans' lap. He was getting old, Evans told himself, seeing the muzzle graying and the eyes beginning to shine dim with years. Rock was half hound and half no-one-knew-what, but he was a handsome dog, white and blue mixed, and a good one, too. "Reckon it's too much to ask him to wipe his feet before he comes in," Evans said.
Rebecca grunted to that while she swept.
" You can't go, boy," Evans said while he stroked Rock's head. "You chew up them town dogs too much. You'll get me in trouble one of these days, that's what you'll do."
" I ain't sure but what I'd say no. Of course you ain't
goin', though. It's just talk." "How's that, Becky?" "No to Oregon."
" Now, Becky," he said, "don't be makin' up your mind independent. What if I should take it into my head to light out with the rest?"
She grunted again, and Evans knew it was because the thought of their splitting up was so outlandish. Another man, now, might not think she was much,

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