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I don't know if Clay came up with the idea to hitchhike to visit Ditto, or if I did, but neither of us expected a police party to greet us.
The man across the grassy clearing looked innocent enough, but I knew that the sparse woods he'd come from very likely held at least one of his friends. Probably with the .30-30 Winchester aimed right at me.
Peter Yenne has spent the last decade and a half hunting silver treasure in the Andes Mountains, and when he strikes a rich deposit—often in some dusty attic corner or a dirty, disused shed—it's pure gold.