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The Way West (1955)

Brownie had been left forever behind. Give him a little time, though, get him across the Kaw and up the Little Blue to the Platte, and he would be all right. Already, seeing the hills and woods opening, he could imagine how it would he along the great, free desert of the Platte. Oregon and the new way of things. Oregon for America, you damn betl He and others would take Oregon by occupation, and what could the British do then? He felt almost like an old-time Oregon man himself.
" Feelin' better, Becky?" he asked. "About goin'?"
She let him have a little smile. Her face looked hot but not tearful now. She had cried for a minute when they left the old place, and then had set her face west and not looked back. Evans had an uneasy feeling that he couldn't realize, ever, what it was to a woman to give up her home. They were finer drawn than men, women were, mixed more in their thinking, so that you couldn't tell what went on in their heads. A woman might hate moving because of leaving her marigolds.
Yet he understood Rebecca, too, in ways; she would make the trip, and no complaining, either, and her talk cheerful and her clever hands doing what was to be done.
" I'm all right, Lije," she answered. "Hot, is all. Why you ask? Changed your mind?"
" Not me. Anyone at all gets to Oregon, it'll be you and me."
Her voice was soft. "You're the biggest fool, Lije."
He knew what she meant. She meant it still struck her queer that he should bow his neck for Oregon and feel better all the time for doing it. Well, it was queer. An old plug didn't often prance.

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