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Release date: 2022-12-01 07:48:30 Author:cFgOhDyT

Maybe not yet . . . but there could be, if steps weren't taken

The thing that looked like Ellen Carver sat behind the desk in the now-empty holding area, head up, eyes gleaming lustrously. Outside, the wind rose and fell, rose and fell. From closer by came the pad-click of paws ascending the stairs. They stopped outside the door. There came a coughing growl. Then the door swung open, pushed by the snout of a cougar. She was big for a female-perhaps six feet from snout to haunches, with a thick, switching tail that added another three feet to her overall length

No,Billingsley agreed, blinking at her with his watery eyes.When it was gold they were taking out of China Pit and Desatoya Pit-back in the fifties-it was cyanide in the pools. Just as nasty. No greenie-treehuggers back then, though. Must have been nice for the company, eh, Miss Wyler?He got up, went to the bar, poured himself a finger of whiskey, and swallowed it like medicine

As the cougar came through the door and into the holding area, slinking low to the board floor, her ears laid back against her wedgeshaped skull, the thing cored into her head a little further, wanting to experience a bit of what the cougar was feeling as well as to draw her. The animal was frightened, sorting through the smells of the place and finding no comfort in any of them. It was a human den-place; but that was only part of her problem

Audrey gave him an uncomprehending look for a moment, then grinned like a girl.She's fine.

Could I have one about the same?Ralph asked

Maybe not yet . . . but there could be, if steps weren't taken

No,Billingsley agreed. He poured himself another tot. This he drank more slowly, looking at Audrey's legs again over the rim of his glass

No,Billingsley agreed. He poured himself another tot. This he drank more slowly, looking at Audrey's legs again over the rim of his glass

Of course not. What I'm saying is that we all felt bad about the eagles, the hawks and the ravens too, for that matter, in spite of what the treehuggers say.She looked around at them, as if to evaluate their impression of her honesty, then went on.We leach copper out of the ground with sulfuric acid. The easiest way to apply it is with rainbirds-they look like big lawn-sprinklers. But rainbirds can leave pools. The birds see them, come down to bathe and drink, then die. It's not a nice death, either.

The thing that looked like Ellen Carver sat behind the desk in the now-empty holding area, head up, eyes gleaming lustrously. Outside, the wind rose and fell, rose and fell. From closer by came the pad-click of paws ascending the stairs. They stopped outside the door. There came a coughing growl. Then the door swung open, pushed by the snout of a cougar. She was big for a female-perhaps six feet from snout to haunches, with a thick, switching tail that added another three feet to her overall length

Yes, thanks. It was good liniment.

All right, about forty, in all. No big deal in terms of the species; there's no shortage of eagles in Nevada. As you know, Doe. The greens know it, too, but they treat each dead eagle as if it were a boiled baby, just the same What it's really about-and all it's about-is trying to stop us from mining the copper. God, they make me so tired sometimes. They come out here in their perky little foreign cars, fifty pounds of American copper in each one, and tell us we're earth-raping monsters. They-

No,Billingsley agreed. He poured himself another tot. This he drank more slowly, looking at Audrey's legs again over the rim of his glass

Maybe not yet . . . but there could be, if steps weren't taken

No,Billingsley agreed, blinking at her with his watery eyes.When it was gold they were taking out of China Pit and Desatoya Pit-back in the fifties-it was cyanide in the pools. Just as nasty. No greenie-treehuggers back then, though. Must have been nice for the company, eh, Miss Wyler?He got up, went to the bar, poured himself a finger of whiskey, and swallowed it like medicine

Could I have one about the same?Ralph asked

Strain all better?

Ma'am?Steve said softly.Pardon, but ain't a one of us folks from Greenpeace.

Ralph wasn't sure he would let Billingsley work on his horse, if he had one; he wasn't sure he would let Billingsley work on a stray cat.. But he supposed the vet might have been different a year ago. When you made drinking a career, twelve months could make a lot of changes. Few of them for the better

I doctored her horse a year or so back,Billingsley said.That's all.

Yessir, I b'Iieve you could,Billingstey said. He handed Ralph his drink, then set out more glasses. He offered warm soft drinks, but the others opted for spring- water, which he poured out of a plastic jug

Getting Rattlesnake back on its feet has been pretty stressful,she said.Lately it's been the switchover from rainbirds to emitters. A few eagles died-

No,Billingsley agreed, blinking at her with his watery eyes.When it was gold they were taking out of China Pit and Desatoya Pit-back in the fifties-it was cyanide in the pools. Just as nasty. No greenie-treehuggers back then, though. Must have been nice for the company, eh, Miss Wyler?He got up, went to the bar, poured himself a finger of whiskey, and swallowed it like medicine

Could I have one about the same?Ralph asked

Glad to hear it.

I doctored her horse a year or so back,Billingsley said.That's all.

No,Billingsley agreed, blinking at her with his watery eyes.When it was gold they were taking out of China Pit and Desatoya Pit-back in the fifties-it was cyanide in the pools. Just as nasty. No greenie-treehuggers back then, though. Must have been nice for the company, eh, Miss Wyler?He got up, went to the bar, poured himself a finger of whiskey, and swallowed it like medicine

No,Billingsley agreed. He poured himself another tot. This he drank more slowly, looking at Audrey's legs again over the rim of his glass

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