But he must not stop there, at that small success, with his eagle-eye.
Before she could answer Eagle-eye pointed to a big cave-bear.
Eagle-eye had taught her so well that she knew them as soon as she saw them.
Eagle-eye found the stones he had left only a short time before.
When Pigeon tried to run away, Eagle-eye would say, “The cave-bear will get you.”
So she and Eagle-eye heated stones and dropped them into the water.
But Eagle-eye chased him with a big stick and drove him away from the spot.
And among the women who had beaten the drums were Chew-chew and Eagle-eye.
And so when Eagle-eye heard what the people said, she pushed her way through the crowd.
When Eagle-eye bathed him with cold water, he began to show signs of life.