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The Way West (1955)

"Sure, boy. Time aplenty. Train don't roll till tomorrow."
" I got no business botherin' you, I reckon."
" You catched a party that loves to palaver. Jus' name your subject."
Brownie's lips tried a word or two, not making any sound. Not until then had Summers noticed the worry in his face.
" This is poor ground for talk, I'm thinkin'. Too allfired open. Let's set somewheres." Brownie nodded.
" Me, now, I can't hardly think to speak unless it's by water or a tree. River ain't so far."
Summers had thought maybe the boy would loosen up, walking, but he didn't. He just lagged along, his head bent as if from the weight in it. It could be he was waiting for the dark that was settling on the land. Words sometimes came easier when the mouth that made them couldn't be seen working. They passed a Shoshone lodge, and a fat-faced squaw watched them as if sight was the only life in her, and two ribby dogs ran out growling and held up at Rock's fierce answer.
" Glad you come and got me," Summers said. "It tired my tail to hear ol' Greenwood talk of this an' that, as if naught but a cross of bird and beaver could make it to the Willamette."
Brownie asked without interest, "Is that what he was sayin'?"
" Roundabout. Caleb allus comes up from behind.
He snorted some of them hosses, too."
" Nothin' skeers you, I reckon, Dick, nor frets you." "A heap of things, but not Greenwood."
They came to the river where the bank was open

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