In the early 1900s, major change had little effect in the outer fringes of civilization. Survival of the fittest still rules, and a boy of sixteen is now a man. Such a man retreats into the wilderness in hopes of finding answers to his future. He experiences the life in a harsh land where trust is earned, and each day presents its own set of hardships. There are no winners or losers here; but for this Christian man, he flaunts his faith without falter. He’s been hurt, and like a wounded animal, not one to be trifled with. Skeptical of everyone, he carries a kind heart, a pair of Colt .45s, and a sled dog team, keen and rugged, he built for himself.