The Brubaker family was driven northward from the Civil War; from southern Illinois through Montana, and eventually 400 miles up the Saskatoon River, village called Timber Falls. Jeff becomes a guide, they take many trophies. He was made Royal Mounted policeman at age 19. He makes a new friend from Montana, Bill Waterston; he brings pair of big horses by Train, 82. The first team of horses, to Timber Falls. Adding to his string of mules with old fateful friend Sam, and his string of mules. Together they form a service like no other. He eventually marries Sandy, and when Train 82 is robbed of its gold Sandy is taken hostage. When Jeff recognized one of the descriptions of the robbers he calls a young friend Jake into action. Drawing to the conclusion he once met two of those robbers by cabin number two. Using his powerful team of horses, and his friend Jake to track down the would be killers of his wife Sandy. When he is told that the robbers headed north. He assumed where they were heading, and saddled their horses and went on an all-night pursuit, eventually overtaking the robbers, killing two of the 5 robbers and bringing the rest to trial. They are eventually sentenced to hang for their crimes; Jeff and Sandy are awarded by the court. 12% of the gold and Sandy is awarded 10% as the victim of the crime. They eventually move on with their lives and have a family, and in charge of logging camp and his guiding service, as well as in charge of law in order for the village of Timber Falls.