Paul McCurdy is anxious to return to the ranching life he enjoyed as a young man. Recently divorced at 50, he is finally free to buy an acreage close enough to the city that he can continue to work as an engineer and live where he wants. A long and tiring daily commute and a pesky trespasser make his transition to a life split between the city and the country difficult, but Paul builds his home on the ranch and starts to settle in. Then the long-lost love of his life comes back into the picture, and Paul wonders if he can give up his day job to return to Colorado, or if he can convince the woman he adores to join him in his new home. Will a trip back to the ranch country of his youth provide the answer?
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