Burning Daylight

Few men knew Elam Harnish by any other name than Burning Daylight, the
name which had been given him in the early days in the land because of his
habit of routing his comrades out of their blankets with the complaint that
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Few men knew Elam Harnish by any other name than Burning Daylight, the
name which had been given him in the early days in the land because of his
habit of routing his comrades out of their blankets with the complaint that
daylight was burning. Of the pioneers in that far Arctic wilderness, where all
men were pioneers, he was reckoned among the oldest. Men like Al Mayo and Jack
McQuestion antedated him; but they had entered the land by crossing the Rockies
from the Hudson Bay country to the east. He, however, had been the pioneer over
the Chilcoot and Chilcat passes. In the spring of 1883, twelve years before, a
stripling of eighteen, he had crossed over the Chilcoot with five comrades. In
the fall he had crossed back with one. Four had perished by mischance in the
bleak, uncharted vastness. And for twelve years Elam Harnish had continued to
grope for gold among the shadows of the Circle. Heroes are seldom given to
hero-worship, but among those of that young land, young as he was, he was
accounted an elder hero. In point of time he was before them. In point of deed
he was beyond them. In point of endurance it was acknowledged that he could
kill the hardiest of them.

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