2 journalers for this copy...
From back cover: The Gatling could outshoot fifty men. It was worth a hatful of gold of Gary could get it across the Mexican border to the Yacqui Indians. And worth a slow neck-stretching if he didn't make it.
Gary fingered his Winchester nervously. The border guards were looking from him to the woman in black who rode with him. "The coffin," the Mexican officer said finally, pointing with the Mauser to the box on the back of the wagon. "Please to open it, Senor."
I'm taking this book along on a long, leisurely road trip from Wisconin to Arizona and plan on releasing it somewhere along the way. This entry is just in case the book is found and journaled before I get a chance to return and make release notes.
Journal Entry 3
Rest Stop in Dwyer Junction, Wyoming USA on Monday, July 23, 2007
Released 14 yrs ago (7/20/2007 UTC) at Rest Stop in Dwyer Junction, Wyoming USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
RELEASE NOTES: Inside the main building, on a bench between the bathrooms.
I was traveling to Denver, Co and I forgot to bring a book to read. We stopped at Dwyer Jct rest area and I found the book in the main area on a bench by the maps.
I enjoyed reading the book!
CAUGHT IN DWYER JCT REST AREA GURNSEY, WY EXIT 92 USA