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Partners of the Out-Trail

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Author: Harold Bindloss
Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 88,815 / 251 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 790
Added to site: 2009.06.21
mnybks.net#: 24487
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Adventure

Another tale of the North, redolent of the pines, smoky camp-fires and sizzling bacon, comes from Harold Bindloss. The wilds of British Columbia and later on the north of England make the setting, and the partners are a young Canadian woodsman, heir to a valuable English estate, and a girl who proved her worth on the trail.

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until his packers arrived at daybreak. The linesman was watching the telegraph, but the finger had not moved and he owned that he was getting anxious about his comrade.

Dick suggested that they should look for him, but on the whole the linesman hardly thought this necessary. He said the man from the next post would have started to meet Jim. Then Mordaunt wanted to get off. The snow had stopped, the wind had fallen, and if they missed this opportunity, they might be held up by another storm, while their food was getting short. Dick hesitated, but Mordaunt generally led him where he would and after some argument he agreed to start. Half an hour later they left the shack and pushed on down the line.

CHAPTER II

IN THE SNOW

When Jim left the shack the cold pierced his furs like a knife. For a few moments he heard nothing but the roar of the gale and could hardly get his breath. His eyes ran water and the snow beat his smarting

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