The uneasy friendship between Adams and Hoggs works best when each has a job to do. Neglected by his mother at an early age, Hobbs finds his way into the Adams family and takes his fair share of chores on their Wyoming ranch. And everyone can tell he's a bit odd. As a result, Fremont resigns himself to watching out for Hobbs, whose innocence and optimism can surely only come from ignorance. During a grueling tour of Korea, however, Adams and Hobbs face unspeakable horrors - and return to teh ranch marked in dangerous ways.