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wagons and the fires that were being allowed to die. Women always managed to improve the movement, Tadlock reflected while his eyes went from them to four men who lay by Patch's wagon. One of them was stabbing idly at the ground with a knife. He thought he could hear Martin's voice, maybe crying to Jesus.
" Well," he said, "we have a decision to make."
They didn't answer him. They sat waiting, their lids narrowed against the sun. It would be warm today and dazzlingly bright, the sun striking back from the sand and the saltlike patches that lay on it.
He caught Evans' eye. "You're willing to abide by the decision of the council?"
" Are you?"
" Naturally." Tadlock gave his attention to the others. "We need to remember that the trick is to keep_ moving. It will be late fall before we reach Oregon in any case."
Evans brought his hand to his face and rubbed his broad cheek as if rubbing helped him to think. "I ain't denyin' what you say, Tadlock, but we been makin' good time. It ain't as if we couldn't spare a day or two."
" We'll meet other delays, you know." "Maybe so."
" Delays we can't avoid."
Evans changed his position on the ground. When he spoke he looked at the others. "It don't seem to me we have to be so hellbent to beat everybody. Way I figure, we'll pass and be passed before this jig is over."
Mack said, "You're half racehorse, Irvine. You're bred to run in front."
" Ya. Better to keep ahead, you bet," Brewer said.

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