Stranded in Snow Shoe is the prequel to Summer of Two Worlds, the story of an eleven- year-old boy born white, prairie orphaned at three, raised by a Sioux warrior, then returned by his father to the world of his birth when life as he knew it was destroyed by historic violence.
Scot Robinson was a friend of his who helped him start over in the white man’s world by putting him in touch with a
friend of his who had helped him when he was lost and in need.
Stranded in Snow Shoe is Scot’s story in which he arrives in Snow Shoe in the spring of 1880 in search of his uncle who is supposed to care for him until he can join his pa, a government surveyor, working somewhere in the west. His mother is back east in a hospital, chronically sick, so it’s up to Uncle Hank Fillmore to care for the boy until his pa is settled in his next assignment. But Uncle Hank has no idea the boy is coming.
Unbeknownst to Scot, he’s too busy robbing trains. The boy has no one to turn to until Jay Miller, the engineer on locomotive Number twenty-one, the “R L King” steps in to help him find his uncle. Stranded in Snow Shoe is the story of a friendship and a search to reconnect a boy to his family.
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