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INTRODUCTION; CONTENTS; PROLOGUE; GRANDFATHER NAHUM; MY FATHER; THE SACRED AND THE PROFANE; RUMSEY; MEETING THE LAND; JIM COMMODORE; BULLS; ANDY RUSSELL; BREAKFAST AT RUMSEY RANCH -- SWAPPING STORIES; THE ESSENCE OF RANCHING; FRESH TRACKS; FOOT OF MAN AND HOOF OF BEAST; EPILOGUE.
Zahava Hanan's struggle to save her ranch in Alberta from the threat of industrial pollution makes Heading for Home a modern tale on an epic scale. For twenty years she fought for her rights in Western Canada. Heading for Home gives a very warm account of her companions throughout those years from cowhands to lovable animals; from concerned neighbours to the formality of the company man, some of whom too, eventually became firm friends. Aided at times in her struggle by her friend the author and tracker Andy Russell, Heading for Home tells the tale of how one woman's strength and willpower con.
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