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just half-circles, open to the south. The huts reminded him of swallows' nests, niched around the way they were, except that birds were better builders.
The camp had been a good camp anyhow, or not so bad as some, no matter if grass and wood were scarce and the Indians pretty sorry. A change of victuals helped the train, as did the proof that human life of sorts could live in such a country.And the great springs that burst out of the solid north wall of the Snake gave the people something new to talk about. Spring after spring, there was, like sunken rivers pouring out, which Summers called the Chutes.
More sand came afterwards, more sage, more rocks, more no-grass, more no-water, more worn-out stock, more of the hell of the Snake though they had borne out from it to cut across a bend it made.
Now when they were about to come to it again, to lower down the bluff and try the ford, Evans told himself that if any train could get to Oregon, this one could. It had the best pilot that he knew of, best man and pilot both. Its stock was poor but no poorer than would come behind. Its wagons were as good as others would be by the time they reached the ford. But it was the men he counted on, the men and women and spirit of the company. They had their faults, he knew. They had their differences and sometimes spoke severe, what with sand in their teeth and worries in their heads, but they wished well for one another and they hung together. Here where sometimes he'd heard the trains split up, old On-to-Oregon stayed one. Looking down the line from head to tail after the long drop to the Snake came into sight, he felt a kind of wrathy pride. Damn the Snake and all its sorry kin of

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