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Indian Summer?

by Andrew Atkinson
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 07/10/2017

“An Apache or a Sioux can be a tricky customer. As can an Arapaho. A Shoshone is usually smart. I’ll tell yer more ’bout them later. I got me a Sho wife once. She could cook great and kept me warm thro’ that winter of ’89.

“Anyways, I’ll tell yer of the fight with the black bear wot ’ad taken a fancy to my leg. Well…'

It was going to be a long night, so I threw some more tree bits on the camp fire, refilled my coffee cup and settled in to listen to the reminiscences of Old Stumpy.

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