Share in one man’s unique perspective on the trek west, “Action! It is true; one might have become easily wearied of the monotonous trip. The shifting panorama might have become monotonous in its shifting. Monotonous, I mean, were it not for, I repeat the word—the action. The plains, the streams, the rocks, the hills, all became important because these led the way. Ever my thought is of the road.”
Learn from the insights contained within, and discover what it truly meant to him to be on the pioneer trail.