12. CITY pastoralists And one day the path left behind Loudon. He stood in front of the door dusk paid stables, surrounded by the pulse beat Miles City - the streets are filled with bright lights, continuous music sounded spur when people walked by. In the city in those days it was full of drovers. People on the main street, people on the side streets. Pantry in all paid stables are filled up to the ceiling and sleeping bedroll chepsami cowboys and people, God knows how many have spent time on the trail, rinsed the throat of dust in the saloons or cut recklessly in gambling halls in front of a new and dangerous road. Someone will go overland to Texas riding on his horse, someone will go to Chicago, along with beef cattle Party. Well, while they were trying to reward yourself for endless days in the dust of the road. Loudon also dismissed his team - let walk.