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between his thumb and fingers. "This stuff won't grow anything except grass and cactus. It's straight sand."
Tadlock spoke slowly, as if coming to a deep answer. "It must be that the island soil is richer."
The men thought it over, nodding thoughtfully, until Summers said, "Injuns fire the prairies. Fire don't reach to the islands."
Tadlock looked as if he didn't care much for the answer. "At any rate," he said, "that isn't the question. Could we pick up enough fuel while travelingbushes and drift and such?"
As if to touch him up Summers answered, "It would slow us."
A cloud came on Tadlock's face. "We have to make time."
" If there's nothing else for it, there's nothing else for it," Lije Evans put in. He stood close to Tadlock. Measuring the two of them, Higgins figured there wasn't much difference in the size. Evans was taller, Tadlock thicker through the chest.
" I think we ought to give the question due consideration," Byrd said, solemn as a barn owl. "It's not something to be decided offhand. What do you say, Brother Weatherby?"
Weatherby stood gaunt and stooped in a piece of blue shirt and a pair of knee-sprung pants with a tear in them. He didn't answer right away but turned his eyes up and beyond them, as if drawing off to talk to God.
" I don't want to do all the talking here," Byrd said, licking his sore lip, "but it seems to me not appropriate. We shouldn't ask the ladies to do it if we can avoid it. It's not a ladylike thing."

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