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themselves use Summers. "Like you all know, on a ways we could hit north for Walla Walla."
" Extra miles," Patch put in.
Evans nodded. "But it might be the fort there'll take our stock and give us orders for a trade at Fort Vancouver. I hear they done it before."
" But we can't be sure they will again?" Fairman asked.
" Not certain-sure, but the man here at Boise-what's his name? Craigie-Craigie said they might."
" Then we'd have the river trip from Walla Walla," Patch said. "That would take money, too-for boats and Indian navigators. Money or trinkets, if we had any trinkets left."
" I hate to be beholdin' to the British any more than need be," Evans told him.
" They seem all right. They've been hospitable."
" Not sayin' they ain't, though I notice they don't give nothin' away but a meal and charge ten prices when it comes to trade. The point is, this here ain't their country."
Heads bobbed to that, and a silence followed in which, it seemed to Mack, the issues stood as plain as cactus. They had their choice of Walla Walla and the chance of credits for their cattle and of the nearer Dalles from which Dick Summers, paid or not, could take the livestock overland. The man had said he'd go for nothing. Mack had said he'd pay him. But still the council hesitated, as if from out of nowhere would come the magic answer.
Evans spoke into the silence. "Cows has been got through, we know. Not sayin' how many was lost along the way."

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