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The Way West (1955)

The look of thinking ahead was on Patch's sharp face. "What did you say they raised in California?"
" Nothin'. Nothin' 'cept what's sot in the ground and whatever chews on grass. She's a soft country, she is, and so goddam sunny a man wonders ain't there ever no weather there. It ain't like Oregon thataway."
" Let's talk straight," Tadlock said, hitching forward on the ground. "Why do you think we can't make it to the Willamette?"
Old Greenwood spread his hands. "Did this nigger say that, now? Said some of you would. Shore. There's the Snake to ford twice, 'less you cross it here at Hall an' run into hell's trouble like Wyeth done, Dick, in 'thirty-four or sometime, an' the Snake ain't no pisspiddle of a river even if you might think so, seein' it from here, but you'll git over, most o' you, and maybe some wagons. An', oh, man, but it'll be fun. Do' know as I would try the wagons, though. There's plenty wagons for sale at Oregon City, I reckon. What you say, Cap'n?"
" I'd leave the wagons here."
" Ain't wagons gone through before?" Gorham asked.
Greenwood answered, "Some."
" Tell us some more of your fun," Tadlock said.
" Ain't so much more, but damn me fer a liar if fer days you don't roll along her rim and no drink for man or brute, and there she flows, so goddam far and steep below you couldn't leg it down and back from sunup to sundown."
In the thinking quiet Evans smelled the smoke of dying cook fires inside the buildings flanked around. The fires would be dying at camp, too, which was

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