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that had risen low over the hills. "That the way storms come from here?"
" Can't always tell. They used to say at Laramie that an east wind brought rain."
In the silence that followed, Evans was aware again of the long bawling of the buffalo.
" It ain't so far to good-enough water, if I remember right."
" Meanin' we ought to camp early?"
" I seen buffler thisaway clear to Laramie and to hell and gone beyond."
" You don't like it, Dick?"
" Puts me in mind of old times."
" But you don't like it?"
" One winter on the Powder the buffler was so thick we had to build fires to keep 'em off from camp. Lucky, I'm thinking, they didn't take it into their heads to run."
" I get it. It's come to my mind, too, but mostly I been thinkin' about no grass and Indians bound to be about somewheres with the critters so many."
" You never seen a bufHer stampede, Lije."
No, Evans thought, with the pinch of fear in him now that Dick had put words to what had been just a stray flutter. He never had seen a stampede, but with a storm making up and the levels and slopes dark with animals he could imagine it. He could feel himself waking at night to thunder in the ground. In his mind he could leap up, terror in him and the thought of Rebecca and Brownie and the rest, and he helpless as in a bad dream while the thunder rolled up and he saw the first low-held heads and the pounding feet of

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