Shaking the Nickel Bush - Chapter 11, Little Clay Horse, Chapter 12, We're in the Dough, and Chapter 13, Cowboy Artists of the Southwest Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Little Clay Horse, Chapter 12, We're in the Dough, and Chapter 13, Cowboy Artists of the Southwest Summary

Little Clay Horse. As Ralph and Lonnie continue on, they stop at every ranch they find but continue to have little luck. Lonnie is offered a job on one ranch, but he refuses to take it because the rancher will not hire Ralph too. When the boys reach Safford, Ralph takes a horse's head he has molded out of clay to the local bank. Ralph shows it to the receptionist and offers to make a bust for the banker. The banker likes the idea and the receptionist tells Ralph she could more than likely find several other bankers in the area who would pay to have a bust made.

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