“We have contingency plan after contingency plan,” says buckhorn.
In his left hand he trailed his long rifle, while his right rested upon the buckhorn handle of the knife in his belt.
It was a knife of English manufacture, with a handle of buckhorn as good as new.
Before I fell asleep he told me that on Monday the two of us would team in to buckhorn and get a wagon-load of supplies.
That wagon-ride from buckhorn out to the ranch seemed endless.
By eight o'clock we were in the metropolis of buckhorn and busy gathering up our things there.
Then I put the buckhorn extinguisher over the candle and dove into the feather bed as gleefully as a child on Christmas Eve.
To team wheat into buckhorn would have been a terrible discount, no matter what luck he might have with his crops.
To the east of it there is a large deep basin, formed at the foot of the channel, between Grand and buckhorn islands.
“buckhorn Cholla” is surely a good name for this aggressive fellow.