The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Young Forester by Zane Grey:|
it. Then it became lost for a time, but reappeared again somewhat closer.
It was like a brown blur and scarcely moved. I reined Hal more to the
right. Not for quite a while did I see the thing again, and when I did it
looked so big and brown that I took up my Winchester. Then it disappeared
I descended into a hollow, and tying Hal, I stole forward on foot, hoping
by that means to get close to the strange object without being seen myself.
I waited behind a pine, and suddenly three horsemen rode across a glade not
two hundred yards away. The foremost rider was no other than the Mexican
whom I had reason to remember.
The huge trunk amply concealed me, but, nevertheless, I crouched down. How
The Young Forester