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back to the fire. But he stood still, he didn't know for how long, fronting up to his time, if this was it, while his body shook to the shake of the world and the face of Brownie kept forming in his mind.
After a while he realized it was all over. The drag of the herd had beaten by and was gone and the drum of feet was drawing off, and the wind had gentled and a softer rain was falling. Back of him he saw Patch's fire and back of it the fires of camp.
Feeling flooded back on him then, relief and misery both, so that his voice broke as he ran, "Browniel You there, Brownie?"
No one answered. He heard Patch call to him, but he ran on, tripping on the battered sage and calling out. A hump would show him, a hump that had been a horse, or a flat, thin shadow. "You here, Brownie?"
He didn't know Patch was with him until Patch took him by the arm. "Better come on, Evans. If he isn't at camp, we'll get all the men out."
He pulled away, resentful and afraid to speak, and Patch came to him again, gently, saying, "He may be at camp, you know."
Evans let himself be led, noticing but hardly no ticing the rain and the lightning flashing fitful to the east, thinking how could he face Rebecca.
Hoofs, soft in the muddy ground, sounded ahead.
Patch called out, "Who is it?"
" That you, Patchl" It was Dick's voice.
" Right."
" Seen Evans?"
" He's here."
" Pal Are you all right, Pa?"
The young voice sounding in the night, the boy's

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