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The Way West (1955)

If'n one happens, no one'll fault you 'less you do yourself."
" I know that."
" Know it but can't feel it," Summers answered, gazing off beyond the river. "That's what makes you a good captain, I reckon, but it's hard on the gizzard." His eyes came back to Evans. "I swear, Lije, back in Missouri I never thought to see you playin' mother hen."
" Me neither."
" Best put four yoke, anyhow, to a wagon, an' up to six to some."
" That'll mean usin' some teams twicet."
Summers bobbed his head. "With a long string of critters, enough will have footin' if others has to swim."
" I see."
" An', Lije, I'm thinkin' we need a rider at each side, upstream and down. Up man could have a hold-rope on the lead ox nearest him."
" Down man would have a poke, I reckon. Which side is dangerest?"
" Down, I figger. Yonder there's a ripple it would be bad to sag below. Let swimmers do the ridin', Lije."
" That's a job for me then."
" You're a fish," Summers answered, nodding. "Hig's hard to beat, I seen down on the Bear."
" I'll ask him."
Summers clucked to his horse. "Thought I'd scout acrost and find out how to go."
Evans watched the horse take to the river. He saw it splash in, unwilling but helpless under Dick's strong hand, and brace against the sweep and feel ahead for footholds while the water rose. At one place it had to

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