This is the woman's side of the story, the other side of the cowboy country of We Pointed Them North 26, February bulletin). Nannie Tiffany, raised in the South, to with her cattleman husband in 1863. Rosecolored expectations were replaced by realities, and practical knowledge of cooking, homemaking and males of Nannie's ignorance of frontier living. Bacheler cowboys proved patient and protective and her life was happy luck. There were Indians, fire, imagination, many moves and . There was loneliness and constant make. There was the endless struggle to exist, after the death of her husband when the Finally, a heartening tale of Eaton's Ranch -- and the courage of the commonplace.