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The Way West (1955)

of high-growing sage that gave off the smell of camphor, or turpentine, where they'd trampled it.
Evans said, "I would've called you a liar, Dick, if you'd told me."
Before he answered, Dick slued around in the saddle, his eyes fixed on the train that was jolting along a half mile behind. "Plenty meat, all right."
" The grass is j'ust pinfeathers."
" Well," Dick said, while for a minute the light played in his eyes, "you wanted buffler."
" Damnedest countryl Don't do nothin' by halves. Either there ain't a buffalo or there's nothin' but
buffalo."
" An' wolves."
And wolves. Wolves traveling in packs like he-dogs after a she, bringing up the tail of the bands of buffalo, their eyes yellow and their tongues wet while they watched for a stray calf or a cripple or one too old to keep up. Off to the right a bunch of them swarmed over a cow that had mired in a salt sinkhole, feeding on her while she still tried to pull free. A couple of buzzards slanted down and slid to the ground close by.
Buffalo and wolves, Evans thought, and grasshoppers with no grass to hop on and rib bones and skulls lying around, picked clean as a clean platter, and, here and there where the rocks broke through, a rattlesnake looped, his tail aquiver.
Evans never had thought to set his eyes on such a sight as this. It was a wild, strong sight, a rich and powerful sight that awed a man and lifted him insidethe plains climbing into ridges where, once in a long while, trees stood spare and tough, the sky curved across, so blue it pained the eye, far things brought

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