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The Way West (1955)

Lije nodded.
" You'd best be callin' on the bourgeois, too, Lije." "Sure. Who is he?"
" Somewhere I heerd that Jim Bordeau was now. How you, Mrs. Evans? Rock ain't dead yet, I see."
" He just this minute come up. I'm tolerable."
" That's slick. I'll be gettin' along, Lije."
The lead wagons were sinking from sight down a slope that Rebecca figured led to the Laramie. It was as if the wheels were sinking into the earth pair by pair, and then the beds and then the swaying tops.
Lije whoaed his oxen when he came to the top of the hill. Rebecca walked up to him and saw the train winding down and, below it, Fort Laramie, white as fresh wash, with trees waving and shade dark on the grass and the river fringed with woods. She said, "I never thought to be so glad just to see a building."
" It's Fort Laramie. Sure."
" Not because it's a fort. Just because it's a building."
" It's Fort Laramie all the same."
" You reckon they've got chairs there, Lije? Real chairs."
There was a light in his eyes. He said, "Sure," and cut a little caper with his feet and sang out:

"To the far-off Pacific sea,
Will you go, will you go, old girl, with me?"
Mercy thought she never had been so happy as now. The music had wings to it, and the night was wishful, and the big stars watched from overhead, looked down

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