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The Way West (1955)

"Hate to think of more hard goin'," Shields said.
" Them last days comin' on to Boise River like to ruint me. Christ!"
" Like to ruint iveryone," Daugherty chimed in.
" And thin the good God brought the river and the trees."
" What about the single men?" Patch asked.
" Who?"
" You know. Higgins. Botter. Insko. Moss."
Evans inquired, "What about 'em?"
" They're going on to Oregon City, aren't they?"
" That was the agreement with my men," Fairman said.
" Moss, too. And lnsko, I think," Mack added.
" Can't they drive the cattle?"
" When the travelin's hard, it's easy to leave a critter behind, or all of 'em, if the leavin' ain't no skin off you," Evans answered. "Might work out, but it's a heap to ask of 'em, to take the whole thing on themselves." He had folded his knife and was turning it over and over in one hand.
Mack spoke even before the thought had come clear in his mind. "I'll go."
" You'll go?" Evans asked.
" I'll go."
" Ain't no more call for you to go than any of the rest of us."
" I've got more cattle, and just one person to look after."
" What o' her?"
" That will depend. Isn't it possible a whole train will be going overland? I mean from this company and others?"

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