Dan, youngest son in a late 1800’s homesteading family in Las Vegas, New Mexico, was obsessed with other young men’s sexual equipment-sizes, colors, hairiness, and capacity to grow and do exciting things he could only imagine, until meeting cute, red-headed Drew, a fellow kitchen worker on the railroad Dan had resorted to in order to escape an untenable home situation.
Homesteading was an arduous life. First was the ordeal of getting west then backbreaking work and rudimentary, close living quarters. Dan could barely tolerate the insufferable taunts of older siblings Jerry and Zeke so he left home to work in the railroad train’s kitchen with Drew. The young men developed an intimate friendship. Inevitably sex became an intense part of their relationship.
Dan’s decision to homestead a neighboring parcel of land lead to his family surprising him by erecting a well-built cabin for him. Eventually, Dan and Drew used the cabin to further develop their sexual repertoire on an unexpected delay in the train’s departure from Las Vegas, New Mexico.