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need of help. Still, it seemed wise to send men with each wagon.
The plan took time and wind but worked out safe. The loose stock came behind, footing careful down the pitch and breaking to a heavy, stumbling run for water. Evans saw, before he went to look across the ford, that grass was scant here too. It added to his maybefoolish load of worry to think that poor teams would make a poor out at getting through the Snake.
The crossing didn't look so risky, though, being broken by two islands that sat like low rafts in the stream.
" It's far across and swift," he said to Summers and the other men who'd lined up along the bank, "but it don't look so deep."
" Deeper'n you'd think," Summers answered. "Water's so clear it makes the bed look close."
" How deep?" Evans glanced up at Summers, sitting thoughtful on his horse.
Summers shrugged. "Not too deep. Way to look at it is, it ain't easy, but it ain't beyond doin', either. We'll make it."
Evans tilted his head and saw the white sun veering down. "Dick," he said, "there's grass aplenty on them islands."
" Plenty."
Evans spoke to the others as well as to Summers. "Let's push the livestock to 'em and let 'em get their bellies full and then line out in the morning. They'll be rested and fed both."
It was Byrd who answered first, saying, "Amen to that." In his fair, ungrown-up face Evans caught the shadow of alarm, and he wondered, as before, how the

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