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I can keep a trail all by myself, with Buffalo Bill asleep in the saddle; ask him - he will tell you so.
Finally I could endure the suspense no longer, and, arming myself with my two Colt revolvers and a carbine, I strapped two belts of cartridges about me and catching my saddle horse, started down the trail taken by Powell in the morning.
After a narrow search, they discovered the trail of an Indian party, which had evidently passed through that neighborhood but recently.
The first thing to do when a trail ceases to explain itself is to cast forward without leaving, your own confusing foot-marks on the ground.
Kala did not wait to see more, but, turning, moved rapidly back along the trail.
The first intimation the black man had that he was in danger was the crash of twigs as Numa charged through the bushes into the game trail not twenty yards behind him.
Increasing his gait but slightly he followed the tortuous windings of the trail until suddenly just before him, where the trail wound about the bole of a huge tree, he saw a young buck moving slowly ahead of him.
He was sure that Rokoff would be following this trio, and so he felt confident that so long as he could keep upon the Russian's trail he would be winning so much nearer to the time he might snatch his son from the dangers and horrors that menaced him.
A mile farther on, where the runaways' trail led straight toward the bush, they encountered the body of Kwaque.
Then the gee-pole would be the easier task, and a man would come back to it to rest after having completed his spell to the fore, breaking trail with the snowshoes for the dogs.
The trail crossed a fresh trail, a trail very fresh, very immediately fresh.
Here, in the running stream where ice was beginning to form, he hid his trail.