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no more explanation than that she had "decided it was time to be movin' on." She minded nobody's business but her own. Just what her own was, nobody knew. But they often wondered because she seemed to be looking for something or someone. At times she seemed to be haunted, too by a memory that was both sad and bitter. One summer, "Big Six" was working for Lou Miller at the Slash-M. As fall roundup time neared, extra hands were hired. Among
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country for twenty years. During these years, weather leathered her pink cheeks and middle age grayed her thinning hair. One mighty strange habit "Big Six" had was of constantly changing jobs. She would

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