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Author:Raylan Kane [Kane, Raylan]

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Published: 2019-02-01T05:00:00+00:00

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Marsh stared down into the deep, grassy gully bounded on two sides by tall rock walls. “That’s gotta be about sixty feet,” she said.

“Can we get down it?”

 

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Author:Raylan Kane [Kane, Raylan] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Raylan Kane [Kane, Raylan]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2019-02-01T05:00:00+00:00
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Marsh stared down into the deep, grassy gully bounded on two sides by tall rock walls. “That’s gotta be about sixty feet,” she said.

“Can we get down it?”

The group looked back at the wolves looming thirty yards off in the forest.

“We don’t have much of a choice.” Marsh studied the drop and ran her eyes along the gray and white rocks that comprised the wall on their side. Thick tree roots jutted from the wall and smaller saplings had taken hold in the spaces where softer soil resided. “There’s enough hand-holds and things for us to grab onto.”

“We’ve got just enough rope for that distance down,” Lindsay said.

“I think we should use it for Tessa. Lower her down with it.”

“Make a harness for her, you mean?”

“Exactly.”

“They’re coming closer,” Wally said.

“My legs really hurt,” Tessa said.

“I know they do, dear,” Lindsay said. “We’ll get you help once we get outta these godforesaken woods.”

“I just want some more pills.”

“We’ll take care of that once we get down,” Marsh said. “We’d better get a move on.”

“Hurry.”

“Wally, I think you should go ahead of us.”

“I’m going.”

“Think you can handle these two bags on your back, too?”

“Yep. Give ’em here.”

Marsh glanced at the advancing wolves and she ran around the side of the canoe. “Help me with her,” she said to Lindsay.

The two women lifted Tessa out of the boat and carried her to the edge of the cliff. Marsh began wrapping the rope around her in a make-shift sling. “We can brace ourselves against these trunks, lower her down that way.”

“Sounds good.”

“How you doing, Wally?” Lindsay called to the old man who’d managed to get about ten feet down the side.

“I’m okay,” he said, “hard on the knees though.”

“Watch out for Tessa, we’re gonna start lowering her down.”

“You sure you’ve got me?” Tessa said. “This don’t feel right.”

“We’ve got you.” Marsh could see the lead wolf, its head cocked a little out of curiosity. He was only fifty feet away. “Let’s go.”

Marsh planted her feet with each one up against the base of a tree. She leaned back with the rope held in both hands. Lindsay stood in front of her doing the same thing, and she had the vantage point that allowed her to see both Wally and keep track of how far they were lowering Tessa. The two women worked the rope outward, hand-over-hand, Tessa grimaced with each bump against the side of the cliff and pushed out with her arms to avoid outcroppings and spruce roots.

“How are those wolves?” Lindsay said, “they getting close?”

“Just keep an eye on Tessa. I don’t wanna look back myself.” Pretend they’re not there, Marsh told herself.

“A third of the way,” Lindsay said. “Doing good. Looks like Wally’s made it.”

The older man waved his hands overhead as he reached flat ground and stood in a patch of tall weeds. “I’m here!” He shouted. “I made it!”

Lindsay and Marsh grunted and their hands shook as they kept working the rope forward.

“Where are those wolves at?”

“Stop worrying about it, let’s just get her down.

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