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“Saddle up, guys,” Shaggy said. “Let’s go get the bruja.”

Juan and Martimano barely understood anything the guy said, but they caught that all right:

Shaggy was calling Ann a witch. They looked closely to see if he was serious, decided he wasn’t,and started laughing. This guy was going to be a kick with her, he would sanction everything at oncehe answered..

“Yeah, she’s a bruja, but that’s cool,” Shaggy went on. “We’ve got stronger mojo. You understandthat, mojo? No? Doesn’t matter. We’re gonna run the bruja down like a deer. Like a venado. Yeah,a venado. Got it? We’re gonna run the bruja down like a venado. Poco a poco—little bit at a time.”

But the bruja wasn’t backing off. By the Hope Pass for the second time, Annhad widened her lead from four minutes to seven. “I was heading up Hope Pass, and she just blewby me going the other direction—vroo-o-o-om!” a Leadville runner named Glen Vaassen later toldRunner’s World. “She was cruisin’.”

She threaded her way to the bottom of the switchbacks and plunged back through the ArkansasRiver, fighting to keep from being swept downstream in the waist-deep water. It was 2:31 p.m.

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