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Poking along at twenty miles an hour she finally reached the old white rambling ranch house. Its first section had been built in 1880, a long time ago in these parts. Cutting the motor, she sat for a moment, took another deep breath, then brightened. ” With that, she jumped out and popped the trunk. Hoisting one bag onto her shoulders, she dragged the other up the steps to the wraparound porch. Returning, she shut the trunk lid and opened the passenger door. ” Baxter nimbly negotiated the distance to the ground as snowflakes dotted his wiry fur.

Cares nothing for titles. He loves his job and gets along well with the guys, like Twinkie and Bunny, who get down there and do the dirty work. He endures Oliver Hitchens with a smile, when possible, because Oliver’s ability to save a buck for SSRM benefits the whole operation. Teton Benson—He’s made many mistakes and paid for them. Other people have paid for them, too. He lives in a seedy part of Reno and has a crush on a waitress at the topless bar next to his walk-up apartment. Her assets are considerable.

Later, the large two-inch images taken by the Hasselblad further intrigued her. She drove to the desolate area in her old truck, along the way every filling in her teeth rattling. She then pinpointed what she had seen from the air. Even more barren than the usual high desert acreage, the land was privately owned. Quietly, not even telling her folks—still alive and hardworking back then—she investigated. An elderly widow, living in Sacramento, owned five thousand acres. The adjoining pieces were also privately owned.

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