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" Oh?"
" Not the fever alone. The whole thing." "I hope so."
" It makes a man feel like something, this-this big adventure. We'll have a good company. I've been talking to some of the men."
He let his thoughts move ahead while he munched on the chicken, seeing the farm they would have in Oregon and the wheat waving yellow and the great ships riding the Columbia for their produce. He saw Tod strong at last, with healthy flesh covering the thin bones, saw him growing up with the country, saw him growing important with it. He felt almost gay, free of the quick irritation that forebodings aroused in him.
" It'll be rough at first," he said, "but we can stand a little roughness all right. Eh, boy?"
Tod, astride the stick again, called, "Whoal"
" There's just one thing," Fairman said while he studied Judith. "I almost wish I had tried bringing a slave along."
" Don't worry about me. I'll get along."
" All right," he said, making his tone hearty, but his mind had slipped back to Kentucky, to country where the Tennessee and the Cumberland joined the Ohio, and one lived in a house, not a cabin, and colored folk did the drudge work, and life, except for sickness, seemed now to have flowed smoothly. For a minute he felt again a great misgiving, doubting that even Judith could bear the hardships before them. She was not a strong girl, but, God knew, not languid, either. She worked to the limit of her strength, so that night

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