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The Way West (1955)

he had known travelers to keep. Turn it back and there you were again, high-spirited and stout, fresh again and free, and the earth fresh.
Like on the Popo Agie, as he remembered. Like with the Crow girl. Ashia, running water, back in running time. It struck him queer again that he should think so often of her, who was just one of quite a few, and of the Popo Agie, which was just one of many. They had come, somehow, to stand for all the squaws and all the hunted streams, for fun and frolic, campfires at dusk, fires in the keen mornings, rich lifts, high passes, big doings, for the everlasting young time that was gone so quick.
There on the Sweetwater he had wanted to cross over to the Popo Agie, which wasn't but a run and jump away. He had wanted to see the singing waters of it and the trees that had known him and the place where he had camped and the ground where they had lain, marked still, maybe, by the press of bodies though too little for the eye to see.
Weatherby said, while his gaze ranged ahead, "I keep thinking how different this land is from Indiany."
" Or Missouri."
" Or Missouri."
Not often did Missouri enter Summers' mind as he came again to places deep-set in memory-the pass, the first water west that emigrants had named Pacific Springs, the Sandys, the Green, the glimpsed peaks of the Uintahs, like snowy clouds, where Brown's Hole would be. It was as if Missouri never was, nor farming, nor Mattie and her fever. Those were the days of his giving up, of growing old before his time be

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