They face all sorts of dangers from river crossings with a runaway arrow riddled wagon screwing things up. Basil St. John, Elwood Blake, and Healy deal with it, the incessant gossip, battles with other groups, and trailing outlaws bent on revenge. Not to mention loss on such a long, lonely venture through endless country.
Author Dundee writes with his usual concise prose, moving things along, never dull.
A fine story available here.