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The Way West (1955)

would, since they asked. He was a man so hungry for importance he kept chasing it away.
Tadlock went out of Evans' mind when he glanced at Dick again. "What's wrong?" He followed Dick's gaze to the camp. The wagons sat safe in the sun and around them the tents; eastward the herd straggled along the river, where he could make out a guard or
two.
" Maybe nothin'," Dick answered. "Don't see nobody this side of the corral."
" They're by the river."
Dick grunted, and Evans found himself wondering, as he had before, at the way of Dick, who could look off and see things that others wouldn't and add them up to a solid guess.
Dick said, "There's doin's on yonder side."
Squinting, Evans now and then caught sight of figures through the gaps that the cluster of tents and wagons left. "Probably Weatherby's exhortin'."
" Could be."
" My wagons are over there." The shadow of misgiving showed on Fairman's face.
" Let's git on," Dick said, and jerked the lead rope on his two-horse pack string.
Evans jerked, too, and kicked his mount and felt his right arm strain at the socket as the near horse pulled back. He ieckoned he'd never learn to handle a rope and a rifle and reins as Dick could. "Getupf" The horses came to a trot and then to a slow lope, the meat thunking against their sides as they hit the end of stride. Fairman, without a pack string to pull, had gone galloping ahead.
Dick was right, Evans thought, as they pulled to a

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