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The Way West (1955)

His eyes, she thought, were a little like those of the old dog, Rock, that had trotted up and sat by him and watched her with a round, slow-winking stare. Before the open begging in them she said, "Can't stay long."
He didn't give her a hand up, as Mr. Mack would have, but stood awkward and unsure while she got to her feet, but of a sudden she felt close to him and somehow in his debt, for here, in her aloneness, was a one that prized her. Would he prize her no matter what, she asked herself while she waited for the dizziness to die in her. Would he if he knew?
They walked downriver, beyond the camp, beyond the steamboat's breathing sh-h-h, and came to Beer Springs, and he tried the taste of it, and they sat down afterwards behind a white cone where water had stopped flowing. The crust that the springs had made showed whiter against a sun that was sinking toward the hills.
" You ever think what you'll do after you get to Oregon?" he asked.
" Just keep on helpin' Ma."
" I mean after that."
" Not so much."
" I think a heap of things. I aim to work hard and get along and own a nice farm and have time to hunt and fish."
He leaned back and put the heels of his hands at his sides to brace himself. "A heap of things. Like about you, f'rinstance."
" I ain't much to think about, Brownie." She was sorry afterwards for what she'd said, for the words were teasing words though honest-spoken.
He answered, "You are so. If I could just tell you-"

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