Oliver Seccombe resigns, but decides to never leave Colorado. The Wendells are determined to stay in Centennial, but can't shake the suspicions of Sheriff Dumire. The killing of the Pettis brothers is not forgotten and Charlotte Seccombe takes over Venneford Ranch. In addition a murder is hidden.
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In the opening recap, narrator David Janssen describes Lame Beaver as an "Arapaho chief", when it's been repeated a number of times that Lame Beaver was not a chief, nor did he want to be called a chief. See more
As the 19th century was drawing to a close, Centennial was hit by the most destructive blizzard ever recorded in northern Colorado. Within hours, the temperature had dropped to an incredible 45 degrees below zero. Sixteen inches of new snow had fallen. Cattle perished by the tens of thousands on the open range. For some, like Charlotte Seccombe, and Scottish accountant Finlay Perkin, and especially for Oliver Seccombe, who had begun the mighty Venneford Ranch, the great blizzard ...