Riding the stage coach back to the West, young Dan Reed talks with a doctor. The medical man was a young buckeroo at a ranch, but is has left to get his education. Now he’s returning with his new degree and ready to start practicing medicine. Though some have their doubts, others are ready for his services. To add to the tensions, a range war is brewing as cattlemen and homesteaders butt heads. If the new doctor tends to the homesteaders, will the ranchers think that he’s against them?
The situation explodes, but when Lone Ranger rides into the mix, he’s mistaken for an outlaw. Will his secret become known? Will the warring ranchers and homesteaders come to an understanding? There’s no law, or cavalry around to enforce legal matters. What can bring the ranchers and homesteaders to make amends on a personal level?
It’s all up to old Judd Walton, a cantankerous rancher. Ride along as tensions build. Twists and turns in the plot are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, right up to the last intense moment. Get ready for the big ending where a lesson in unity is learned, and everybody puts the old differences aside.
PS: Diversity is the key. We ned it for a more rich lifestyle. We don’t have to agree, we may never see the side of the other peoplebut there’s room for all to have their space and personal expressioln. ,