Burning the Way Station By Frank McCarthy
Way stations were vital links that provided water and a change of horses for the next leg of the perilous stage journey west. Here, a band of Indians has surrounded a way station and are burning it down. They have raided the ad-joining horse corral and are taking away the horses for their own use. Those on the next stage to pass this way may face the critical problem of survival.
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