There are three books to this story, and if ever a set of novels depicted toughness and courage in the face of extreme odds, it's this one. Richmond Hobson put his memoirs into book form so gripping that you'll have a tough time turning out the light at bedtime. Early 1930s found Rich and his buddy traveling north into British Columbia in search of the last great-untamed grasslands. They found them, and established one of the largest ranches in history. This gritty, humorous narrative brings the reader face-to-face with bad weather, bears, moose, natives, cold, storms, horses, raging ice-covered river crossings, and more. The three titles are Grass Beyond the Mountains, Nothing Too Good For A Cowboy, and The Rancher Takes A Wife.