bo surely" as tears when they were
in his own eyes.
"Well," said" Mrs. Kimbal with a
sigh, "let's talk."
"No," said Saterlee, "let's think."
They could hear from far ahead a
sound as of roaring waters.
"That," said' Saterlee dryly, "will
be Gila riyer. Mebbe we'll have to
think about getting across that first.
It's a river now, by the sound of it,
if it never was before." '
"Fortunately it's not dark yet,"
said Mrs. Kimbal.
"The last time I had trouble with
And he swam to shallow water, not without great labor, towing Mrs
Kimbal by the hair. But here he picked her up in his arms, this .time -with
rto word spoken, and carried her ashore. , "
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