Laying track

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He was riding shotgun for the railroad. Part of the security detail. Keeping the Sioux off. Shooting away their raiding parties before they could pick off another worker laying tracks.

And the closer the railroad got to the Black Hills, the more aggressive the Sioux became. Bodie understood. It was sacred land. But the engineers had decided. The railroad went straight through.
The company got paid for every mile of track they laid. Only way the workers got their money .. keep laying track. The railroad could afford no delays.

It was like it was personal. The Sioux came gunning for the security detail. Looking for revenge. Attacks increasingly furious, frenetic. It was messy, it was war. Bodie had shot dead dozens of attacking braves. Every mile of track laid littered by bodies of braves he had shot. They were hated .. the security crew.
One thing Bodie knew .. you couldn’t afford to fall into Sioux hands.



2 Responses to “Laying track”

  1. 1 miguel0525
    December 29, 2015 at 10:53

    Please put the text aside, thanks in advance

    • December 29, 2015 at 18:55

      Whoops again!
      From now on, the text in the illustrations is the same as the start of each episode. That way, I can’t forget!
      Thanks for the reminder.

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