Bryce Lundeen was born in Regina Saskatchewan and moved to the northern town of Hudson Bay at age eight. Upon arrival his parents began to make plans to move to a farm 16 miles from town. His family eventually established their own farm after a typical pioneering experience. The hard work and determination required to succeed as a pioneer stood him in good stead to complete a higher education and a career in Engineering and Computing. Bryce is retired now living on Vancouver Island.
This is a true story about pioneering. Although it occurred many years after most of the province’s farms had open fields, roads and electricity, it still took the same effort to succeed as it did many years earlier. As the story moves forward, the boy becomes a young man shaped by a horse named Baldy and growing up on his Dad’s right arm.