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The Way West (1955)

Not that he felt whipped. Not that. Leave it to him and they'd roll longer than they ever thought. The Columbia was just beyond the Blues, or leastwi,ie not so far.
The air stirred lazily, and he took off his hat to get the good of it. "How much more of this kind of goin' would you say, Dick?"
" Ought to be over the worst of it by night, barrin' trouble."
" Hope so," Gorham said. He tilted his head upward. "Ain't it time to eat?"
Some of the women and children were following behind a wagon that Daugherty drove, making a ragged line against the mountain slope. Evans and the two with him stepped out of the trail to let Daugherty go by. Daugherty had covered the worst of the slant. He spit over the wheel of his wagon. "And 'tis said the road to hell is steep!"
Rebecca was among the women, along with Judith Fairman and Mercy and Mrs. Gorham. "We'll noon up when we get 'em over," Evans told them. The thought came to him and slid away that Becky was the natural leader of the women. It was as if she had strength enough for all, a quiet, long-enduring strength. Without it, he didn't know what Judith Fairman would have done. "Tuckered?" he asked, just to be saying something to her.
Two of the young ones-Jeff Byrd and George Carpenter, it was-had stopped to tug a rock on edge. "Look outl" they shouted and gave it a turn. It started slow, as if half minded to lie down, and picked up speed and flew thudding down the mountainside and

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