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south, but not too far. We'll herd separate from the oxen." He sized up the meanderings of the flow from the spring. "There'll be enough water there, I reckon."
The directions given, he went back and gathered some loose wood and struck fire for Rebecca, and then took his ax and made for the brush, where other men joined him when they'd tended to their animals. They spread out along the fringe that followed the water, pulling out what dead wood there was and chopping up the big pieces.
Holdridge had gone to work close to Evans. "Hell of a storm makin' up," he said, resting for a minute on his ax. Coming out of the dark face, the words seemed dark.
" Maybe not. That cloud ain't hardly moved for an hour or more."
" No wood to speak of. The green stuff don't burn for nothin'." Holdridge went back to swinging his ax. Together they had quite a little pile pitched up when Dick came by, a smear of blood on his buckskins from the butchering. Evans thought Dick probably had skinned out the buffaloes; he always said the hides might come in handy later.
" I figured to set fires north, south, east and west, not a quarter of a mile out," Evans said.
Dick scuffed his jaw with his knuckles.
" All right."
" Seems so."
" Which way are they like to run, Dick?"
" No tellin'. Maybe north. They're driftin' north."
" I got the cattle south, beyond where I figured to put the fire."
" Don't know as it makes any difference. No nuat

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