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lock asked. Already, Evans knew, his mind was making up-and it was all right. Let Tadlock go, for he couldn't stand the Orekon train now he wasn't captain and had been whipped to boot. And let McBee go. Let him and his family go, and Mercy that Brownie had started to shine around. Let Brewer and his thick head go. The train didn't need numbers for safety any more.
Old Greenwood rubbed his hands and said, "Well, I don' know as you could call it a train. This nigger's got a busted wagon or so, and his stick points that way. Reckon I'll hang around a day or a dozen and see does any of the companies follerin' in your dust want to jine with me. There's a few early birds already has said yes."
" I still say Oregon," Evans told him, and looked around to see what answer the words brought to the faces.
" Shore. Don't blame you a mite. You're big and stout. I bet you git there. An' prob'ly you'll like it. I know folks as does. Course, for the weak and ailin', I got to say maybe Californy's better, for the way's short and easy and 'pears like no one ever dies there."
" Damn if I can't believe that," Summers said. "What was it you heerd Lewis and Clark say to their mammies?"
Greenwood laughed an easy laugh. "You ain't so far wrong, young'un, but don't git it into your head I'm done fer. Whisky's stouter the longer she sets. You ain't sayin' the Snake ain't a by-jesus river, Dick, ner the Columbia, ner that a man don't go froze for meat and water?"
" Nup. Who's payin' you, Caleb?"

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