Amy Anderson takes us on a journey into Northern Michigan where she spends her summer working at a remote fishing lodge for her aunt and uncle. In the company of her cousin, Paul, they ride the bus as far as Cheboygan only to find no one waiting to meet them. This is only the beginning of their troubled journey.Along the way, they meet Pete and his load of feeder pigs. The story builds when the cousins run into Billy, Pete’s grandson. Billy is on a quest to win the pig race at the county fair in August. Intrigue tightens when they come up against Billy’s arch rival, who’s bent on winning the race at all costs. Join us on this adventure and find out how Billy meets the challenge.A sub-story emerges as Amy witnesses the development of a bond between two young pirates, a dog, and a litter of kittens. Mrs. Farley, a visitor to the resort, comes to understand the meaning of compassion when she encounters the pirates. How this all plays out is not only heart-warming but an example of karma at work.As you leaf through the story, you will discover the author has woven the thread of adventure, intrigue, deception and mystery into the story.