Two young friends in love, separate unhappily after high school graduation. One to pursue his dream of wealth and prestige as he seeks the glitter of big city America. The other to remain in her beloved hometown on the banks of the Yellowstone River in southern Montana. Almost a lifetime later, their divergent pathways come together surprisingly in connection with the homestead cabin in which they had played as children. The struggles and twists in their life journeys eventually bring about a convergence of their two pathways. But can this convergence, after so many years, bring the changes in values and goals needed to align their lives once again? What will come of these U-turns in their roadways? And incidentally, what happened to the homestead cabin?
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