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young ones in tow, to empty themselves and so be ready for the morning drive.
Morning, Evans thought, was a time of fret, before the circle broke and the train got strung out on the trail. When the men quit their grunting it was to speak sharp, and to be answered sharp by women who were tired, too, and felt the load of the day too heavy. The young ones cried or yelled, being cranky or frisky, one. The boxes made a clatter as they were pitched into wagon beds. Now and then one of the oxen driven in for yoking would line out neck and head and let out a long bawl. Underneath the louder noises was the steady hum of mosquitoes that made a little cloud around every head.
Evans stooped and gave Rock a pat on the head and straightened and stretched, pulling in a deep breath through his mouth. The air had a taste to it here, a taste light and sharp as high-spirit drink. For all the fret he felt good.
" Be a nice day, Becky," he said, looking between the wagons to where she worked outside. She had just closed and latched with its leather hasp the box that held pots and kettles and tools to eat with.
" I almost wish it would blow and clear out the mosquitoes," she said.
" They won't be so bad oncet we roll. Ain't hardly a stir of air."
It was cool enough, but the sun was beginning to work. In the direction of it he saw Courthouse Rock, looming big yet, its near side purple with shadow. Off to his right a piece Chimney Rock rose slim and rusty. In a land that was all pretty much the same a man wouldn't think to see so much color-purple and rust,

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