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 Page 17 The Way West (1955) are on the ground!" He let his voice fall. "It would be a proud thing, Evans, for you and your children and their young ones, too, saying Pa or Grandpa helped win the country. Or do you want to sit in a chair and let others make history?" Tadlock pulled a handkerchief out of his pocket and wiped his forehead. "That's all-except to say again we want you." " What do you think?" Mack asked. Evans read in Fairman's face the hope he would say yes. " You're bunchin' up on me." Evans looked from face to face, and saw them all solemn and waiting, even I\icBee's. Almost before he knew it, he said, "Tell you what. If Dick Summers goes, I will." " Good enough." McBee said, "'Y God, shake hands." They had another drink-all except Tadlock and Fairman-and then Evans went and untied his mule. Riding home, he told himself he had let the whisky talk, but still he wondered what he would do and still didn't wonder, either. It was as if the course had been set all along, and he had been playing that it wasn't, acting like he could say yes or no. He would go if Dick went, and, maybe, by hell, he would anyway. Free men, brave men in a great, new nation. A new way of things. Soil good. Hunting good. Climate good. No fever. Hurrah for Oregon! He wouldn't figure too much why it was he went. The head got tired, figuring. He would just go because he wanted to, for all sorts of reasons. He would go if he felt the same as now after the fire (lied in him. He unsaddled the mule and turned it loose and
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