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Les Down UnderSat Jul-22-17 09:03 PM
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Leatherette edition

Editorial issue on page 71.
The last sentence of the third paragraph reads " my hunch was they'd cut out for Cheyenne, spend some time around the gambling houses, and then ride SOUTH to meet us sometime during the last day or so.

Two paragraphs on opened with "We crossed the lodgepole and drove north across the Chugwater Flats".

According to the map in the book both the Lodgepole and Chugwater are NORTH of Cheyenne so if the party went SOUTH of Cheyenne they would be riding away from the herd.

I am not going to get technical but chemistry says that alcohol is a solution.

The English Language is weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought though.



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