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The Way West (1955)

it before it ran them over. "I don't like the notion of it.
" But for the women and young'uns I wouldn't think anything of it," Dick said.
" Wouldn't they shy off even from a train?"
Dick waggled his head, not saying yes and not saying no, while he squinted to the west where the sun was maybe three-quarters down from overhead. He twisted half around again. "Cows look all right, and the horses."
" Funny about them buffalo calves," Evans said, speaking what was second in his thoughts. "You wouldn't think they'd fin up with us and foller tame cows."
" Sometimes. Like I said, what you got to watch for is your own critters don't chase off with the buffler."
" I got every man we can spare back there. Reckon I ought to be back myself, 'stead of scoutin' with you."
" If we got salt enough, we could salt tonight to keep the cattle close."
" Don't know as that would do it, they're so ganted up. Anyhow, looks like they'd get enough of this wild salt, the way it's patched around."
" Pizens 'em. You know that."
They didn't say more until they came to what the sun had left of a lake, each thinking the same thing, Evans supposed, while their eyes took in the herds and the west cloud swelling slow. The lake was just a skim of water, ringed wide around by the white crust, in which some old bones were half sunk. Dick got off his horse, anyhow, and crunched through the salt and dipped a finger in and tasted it and shook his head.
" Pure pizen."

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