By Dusty Richards
They've Crossed the road. . .
Chet Byrnes has his arms complete taking good care of his kinfolk and working his ranching operation in Arizona Territory. yet he nonetheless takes his tasks as a deputy U.S. marshal very heavily. Bandits were crossing the border, slicing a bloody swath of mayhem--stealing horses, robbing banks, and murdering blameless folk--then high-tailing it again to protection in Mexico.
For The final Time
The leader U.S. marshal asks Chet to steer a mystery job strength to forestall the raids and around up the border bandits--dead or alive. however the bandits struggle back--putting a five-hundred-dollar bounty on Chet's head. Now he's obtained bushwhackers to house, and while he's led into an ambush, it's kill or be killed in a life-or-death showdown. . .
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I went—over the handlebars and ended up on the ground. So, uh, I got up, and I was just kind of dusting myself off, and I was looking around and I noticed something—which ended up to be Matt, and he was just lying there by a fence, and I—I just thought it was a scarecrow. I was like, Halloween’s coming up, thought it was a Halloween gag, so I didn’t think much of it, so I got my bike, walked it around the fence that was there, it was a buck-type fence. And, uh, got closer to him, and I noticed his hair—and that was a major key to me noticing it was a human being—was his hair.
And uh, well, it was a beautiful day, absolutely gorgeous day, real clear and crisp and the sky was that blue that, uh … you know, you’ll never be able to paint, it’s just sky blue—it’s just gorgeous. And the mountains in the background and a little snow on ’em, and this one reporter, uh, lady … person, that was out there, she said … REPORTER: Well, who found the boy, who was out here anyway? ” And she looked at me and she said: REPORTER: Who in the hell would want to run out here? ” You know, all you got to do is turn around, see the mountains, smell the air, just take in what’s around you.
I was like, Halloween’s coming up, thought it was a Halloween gag, so I didn’t think much of it, so I got my bike, walked it around the fence that was there, it was a buck-type fence. And, uh, got closer to him, and I noticed his hair—and that was a major key to me noticing it was a human being—was his hair. ’Cause I just thought it was a dummy, seriously, I noticed—I even noticed the chest going up and down, I still thought it was a dummy, you know, I thought it was just like some kind of mechanism.
Ambush Valley (Byrnes Family Ranch, Book 5) by Dusty Richards