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Darol Beckwith had planned to recruit Espe Galway for the training academy on his next visit.
He quickly found the metal detectors and radiation counters of which Espe had spoken.
As Espe left the church to retrieve an iron kettle filled with steaming water, Captain Villela entered the examination room and gazed around in interest.
There Espe had shown him the entrance to an escape tunnel concealed behind one of the wine casks.
Beckwith was about to ask Espe how much farther it would be, when a round metal hatch appeared at the end of his restricted field of view.
Beckwith asked Espe, relying on her younger eyes to substitute for the binoculars the Sonorans had confiscated.
Beckwith took the lead after debating whether he should send Espe back to the pueblo.
Beckwith sat with his back to the rough lumber of one wall, dozing fitfully with Espe cradled in his arms.
Beckwith and Espe studied the varied strata through which they were descending by lantern light.
He released Espe, who shrank back in horror, stopping only when she encountered the safety railing at the edge of the catwalk.
He hobbled out into the hallway with Espe supporting him under one arm.
Beckwith and Espe had worked through the morning and were ready to begin the sterilization process as time for the noon meal approached.
At that moment, Espe returned with a kettle full of boiling water from the fire where Beckwith had sterilized his instruments.
They had crawled some two hundred meters, and Beckwith was about to ask Espe how much farther it would be, when a round metal hatch appeared at the end of his restricted field of view.
This time Beckwith took the lead after debating whether he should send Espe back to the pueblo.