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ask for more Singing fever to the form Well, I Games I got wet, crossing the river. Thought I’d dry out. Any of you fellers a blacksmith? Ain’t no blacksmith lives here now. You want any horseshoeing done, you’re gonna have to get it done yourself. Well Games much obliged. I’m out. Hey, Luke, looks like we got a gift for Sam. Well, think I’ll have a cold beer. Well, they ain’t got no beer and even if they did have, wouldn’t be cold. They got three kinds of tequila and one of whisky and they’re all green and bad. What kind of town is this, anyway? Ain’t no blacksmith. Ain’t no cold beer. Don’t see no girls. Ain’t changed much. That’s for sure. You mean you’ve been here before? Yeah, three years ago we was here. Arch had a bad foot. Yeah, damn horse stepped on it. Broke all my toes. You fellers made up your mind? Yeah, give us a bottle of Double Eagle and three glasses. One Eagle, three glasses. Well, here’s to us. Here’s to the coast. Here’s to California. I ain’t going. How’s that, Harry? I ain’t going to the coast. Where you gonna go, then? Home. Now, look, Harry, if it’s ’cause of me being so touchy this morning Games Ain’t to do with that, Dan. Home. Maybe there ain’t no such colour. We get to the coast, it won’t be like this. Where I come from, there’s a guy who knew a feller who was on the coast. Said it was different from anything you ever saw. Home is just a place you start from, Arch. There’ll be something there. Think maybe your wife and your little girl are still there? Didn’t know you was married, Harry, or had kids. Why don’t you go to the coast, make something, send for ’em? You go to the coast, Dan, and when in three or four years you find yourself sitting here and drinking this rat lotion you remember how you thought it was gonna be. The hell with him. The hell, I say. We don’t need him. We can go to the coast without him, can’t we, Arch? You know how long me and him rid together? I forget. Long time. Seven years, near on. Seven years. It’s a long time. You mean you ain’t gonna go to the coast?