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or as ready as the place allowed. By Dick's advice the men had gone wood hunting yesterday and had found a little, mostly smallish-sized. Evans had thought it next to nothing, not much more than good enough for fires, and had said to Summers, "Them poles wouldn't float a cart."
" Don't aim to float the wagons, Lije. Not here." "Don't?"
" Tide's too stiff. A floatin' wagon might draw the teams along with it."
" So what?"
" What we want is for the wheels to set solid on the bottom. We'll lay the wood on top the wagon boxesthat'll give us extry weight-and h'ist the flour and such on top of it, so's to keep it dry."
There wasn't wood enough to help out much. Here and there the men had found a small and lonesome tree and here and there a piece of punky drift. They laid their pickings over the wagon beds and, to piece them out and get the spoilables above the waterline, used plows and pack saddles and boxes emptied into others.
Evans turned away from the river, hearing sounds in camp, and saw Summers riding up. Behind him the arches of the wagons had divided from the dark.
" Got 'er figgered out, Lije?" Summers asked.
" Sure. All we have to do is cross and then think about the second crossing."
" Second ain't so bad. Close to Boise, too, where there's help if need be." Summers smiled while his eyes studied Evans' face. "You sleep any?"
" Sure."
" Ain't no sartain-sure way against accidents, Lije.

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