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with the meals and managed the younger ones and often drove the team and never grumbled that he had heard about. Likely her ma and pa were tickled, though, to join up with a family that kept their noses wiped.
Evans yanked his hat tight and cocked a shoulder against the wind, telling himself that what he couldn't help he couldn't help. So forget it. And forget Brownie and last night and his own arguments that came to nothing. Spent wind, that's all they were.
" Marry!" he had said, unbelieving.
Brownie had been waiting in the darkness at the gate, after the talk with Greenwood, and had drawn him off to tell him.
" That's what I aim to do, Pa."
" Marry! When?"
" Mornin'."
" To who?"
" You know. To Mercy."
" Well, now, wait-look, boy-it ain't a thing decided all at once."
" It's decided."
Brownie never had talked to him like this, never had taken a stand and stated it so thin- and stubbornvoiced as if no words could budge him. Evans found himself wishing for light, so he could see the boy's face and the boy could see his. In the dark they were just two voices. He grabbed at what came to mind. "Them McBees-old Hank, now-"
" It ain't him I'm marryin'."
" That's what you thinkl"
" It don't matter, anyhow."
" You talked to him?"

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