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morning-critters to drive up, oxen to hitch, a horse to saddle, beds to roll, tents to stow away, breakfast to cook and eat and clean up after. Around him while he worked he heard and saw and felt the bustle of the other wagons. Later a man would just wish for miles to pass.
The sun was bulging up like a punkin. He could see where the Indians had camped downriver, but he couldn't see any Indians. Already they had lit out. And good riddance, he thought.
While he was thinking it, Tadlock walked up. "Those red devils stole two of my horses."
" No!"
" The horses were down to skin and bones. I hobbled them and picketed them close, outside the corral, so they could get some grass."
" An' they stole 'em?"
" I'd have sworn 1'd hear them. Why, the mare had a bell on her."
"I be damned! Hello, Dick."
Dick had come up so quiet that Evans didn't know
he was there until his eye caught him. "Tadlock here's lost two horses to the Injuns." Dick asked of Tadlock, "Them two?" "Of course."
" I 'lowed it was risky."
" I couldn't starve them to death."
" Bones is better'n tracks."
" What do you propose to do?" Tadlock asked Evans.
" Eat and roll."
" You won't help me get them back?"
" It ain't worth the gamble, Tadlock."
" Particularly when the horses weren't yours."

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