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The Way West (1955)

They had red meat this night-a deer that Summers had hunted the day before, saying salmon gagged him -and with it bread without butter and coffee without sugar or cream.
The night drew on softly, hazed a little from the sea, filled with the steady whispering of water. Now that the trip was almost done no one seemed to have very much to say. Even the children were quieter than usual and not balky about going to bed. Mercy and Brownie sat off a little from the rest, in some new-won closeness that Evans thought was good. He was silent himself, with only half his mind upon the here and now. The other half was hunting arguments to use on Dick.
He waited until Dick got up, then trailed off after him. "Dick!"
" What's up, hoss?"
" Nice night, ain't it?"
" If you like sea country."
" What's wrong with the sea?"
" Nothin'. I just like my country high."
" You'll git used to it here. You'll come to like it."
" Not me."
" You'll give it a try, though, Dick?"
" I reckon not."
" What you aim to do?"
" Hit back."
" To Independence?"
" Not that, Lije."
" When?"
" Tomorrow's as good a time as any."
" How you goin' to hit back with no horse or anything?"

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