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The Way West (1955)

about the boy in health, with his hair like tow and his skin touched with the color of gold, and then, in spite of himself, he had turned about and dreamed about fever and seen the boy withering under it-the dread realizing itself-and had awakened in a sweat, his heart thumping in his chest, and had sat up in bed and tried to shake the picture from his head.
Tod asked, "What you thinking about?"
" I thought I might go out and look at some mules."
" Isn't it still early?" Judith said.
" Prices probably will go up later, when the real crowd gets here."
Tod asked, "Can I go, Pa? I mean Father."
Fairman looked at his wife.
" I don't think it will hurt him, if you're not gone too long. It's nice out."
" I guess you can, Son," Fairman answered, rising.
Tod came and took his hand, and they left the house and walked down toward a yard that Fairman had noted before, a pole yard built to keep sale stock in.
It was a good day, the kind of day that made a man want to start at once, while the sun was friendly and the spring wind down to a breath. Only the mud argued for waiting. No matter how wide-tired, wagons would have a hard time in the mud. Fairman picked his way through it, guiding Toddie before him.
He was having his own wagons re-tired with threeinch iron, bolted on, though most tires were two inches wide and some even less. He had bought two substantial wagons, made of well-seasoned wood, with falling tongues and well-steeled skeins. He had contracted for boxes for their effects, to be built of even height so as to provide a flat surface to lie on if need

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