Ernest Hemingway said Spain was his favorite European Country. His reverence for the Running of the Bulls was documented in 1925 while in Pamplona. He said this was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen. They run in unison, they run with strength.
Since arriving in the Foothills of Albert...
"Bullion" Bob fights the people of Dry Sage who want to hang his best friends son for being a half breed. Jona, who must flee the rope and seek refuge with the Army leaves Dry Sage and helps the Army win a war against the Hecowi's.
"Bullion" Bob leaves the mojave desert to enter Dry Sage, the town that does not except him and the mayor dupes him into becoming the sheriff there. He struggles with the people of the town of Dry Sage and gunfights are a way of life.
"Bullion" Bob, a miner who finds the mother lode, is shanghaid and left for dead. A fur trader named 'Trappy' finds him and nurses him back to life. "Bullion" Bob vows to get back his gold and revenge on the drifters who jumped his claim.
It was the last bank Tom planned on holding up and then he would settle down with Rosa in Mexico. His short ride from El Paso to the Rio Grande changes everything for Tom when he encounters an Apache Indian in the desert.