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buffler doin's. This here's sweet water. There's no pizen in a buffler, Lije."
Dick studied the lay of the land, so's to know how to draw his circle, and as the train came up he mounted his horse and led the lead wagon around, ending up, as always, with a perfect ring.
Evans had stepped back by the cows so the wolves wouldn't come to them. It would be a broody night, he thought, black and broody, sounding to wolf howls and buffalo bawls if to nothing more. The sun was sliding into the swollen edge of cloud, making a dark fire there.
Dick came up, saying, "I got help with the butchering," and Evans nodded and led his horse to where his own teams had stopped and tied it to a wheel. He said, "Howya, boy?" to Brownie. Before and behind him, and all around the circle, people were busy with their oxen, some of the women and older children doing the unhitching since so many of the men were bringing up the loose stock. It struck Evans that this was an uncommonly quiet camp, sobered, as he was himself, by the sense of being lost in distance, by the red light on the land and by the brutes about.
" Where's Rock?" he asked.
" Somehow he lamed himself a little and so I boosted him into the wagon," Brownie answered.
Rebecca got down stiff from her perch in the second wagon. "I declare, Lije, such a sight of critters!"
Brownie said, "I had to laugh. Ma was scared to walk."
" Not afeard exactly," she answered, "but offish. I'll allow to being offish. And, besides, this here wild salt eats your shoes away." She breathed deep, easier now,

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