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and wife than the sober manner that he'd wondered at. His gaze traveled back to the second wagon, where Becky sat, anxious but contained, as if she told herself here was a thing they had to meet.
" Never won an argument in my life," he said to the couple while he grinned at them. "Keep on Dick's tail now."
He remembered then he had put aside his goad. He rode to the second wagon and picked it from the wheel it slanted against. "Goin' to make it, Becky," he said. "Goin' to get to Oregon."
Her eyes were solemn. "You be careful, Lije. I'm as scared for you as anybody."
He raised the goad, saying with it that he would, and reined around.
They were waiting for him, Hig mounted yon side of the string, the rope from the near leader's horns dangling in his hand, and Dick ready to lead away.
" Reckon we're set," he said to Dick and saw that Dick's gaze was fixed behind. Turning, he saw Byrd hurrying up.
" Evans," Byrd said, "I'm nervous-about the children."
" They'll be all right."
" I know, but do you suppose you could take them?"
" First trip?"
" Your wagons are better and your teams stronger."
" You kin use my oxen."
" I just have the one wagon, too."
" Makes a big load all right," Evans answered, remembering how Byrd's light and flimsy second wagon had gone to pieces on the Green.
" And I'm not much of a teamster." Byrd spoke as if

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