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The Way West (1955)

"Lead away, Dick."
They had hitched six yokes to Byrd's wagon, for it was medium heavy and the oxen either partly spent or smallish for so hard a chore.
They took the first stretch fine, barely swimming here and there, for, after all the trips across, the best course had been learnt. Glancing back as the leaders pulled up the bank of the first island, Evans thought Byrd looked like a churchman facing sin, a proper banker-churchman for the first time meeting evil in the flesh.
The next stretch went fine, too, the critters slanting up the stream and bending left and coming out like other teams before them.
While the oxen caught their wind, Evans made his horse step back. "Just one more hitch," he said to Byrd.
" I honestly believe it looks worse than it is." "It ain't so bad. Scare you, Mrs. Byrd?" She said it didn't.
" Just hang on."
Evans walked his horse back and nodded at Dick, and Dick led off again.
It happened suddenly, close to shore. It happened all at once, without warning or good reason, like something bursting into an easy dream. The team was going all right, the wagon rolling safe above the muscled ripple, and then a leader slipped and thrashed for footing, and the hungry current took it and wrenched its mate along.
They descended on Evans, their legs scrambling the water into spray, the weight of them dragging the sec3nd yoke out of line. "Geel" he hollered out of habit

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