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The Way West (1955)

if Byrd was all right, it was as if she didn't know words, either.
To all of them Evans said, "Let's git the pots a-b'ilin'. Time to noon." He bobbed his head to Becky's silent question about himself. "Let's git goin'. You, too, Mrs. Byrd. Would one of you unhitch Byrd's team, and some help unload the wagon?"
When they had it unloaded, he sent them on, staying himself to talk to Byrd a minute. "Didn't mean to sound like scoldin' you," he said. "I was just put out."
" You don't need to say anything."
" We'll git a saw."
" Saw?"
" To make a cart with. We'll saw your wagon in two."
" Oh."
" Other wagons has got room if you need some. Room for part of your plunder and your young'uns."
Byrd didn't answer. His eyes turned from the wagon to the brush of the creek below, to the loose stock that were beginning to foot it across the sidehill, to the mountains rising, to the far curve of sky.
" So you ain't in such bad case. Hig'll know how to make a first-rate cart."
Byrd's gaze was still lost in distance. "It's a long way back."
" Sure is. We got time to do some sawin' before we eat."
Weatherby walked off from camp, giving a last long stare at the little ring of card players. The train needed rest, he knew, but ways of resting could be wicked. Better to be toiling on the trail, better to be pushing

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