"Anne Marie Ingham Brings the spirit of the outback alive . . . A must read" Northern Territory News After several popular hardback runs, the paperback is an answer to calls for a more portable edition, but its still a big illustrated book. In grim Depression days, 12 year old Clarrie Pankhurst left home on the River Murray. He found an adventurous life on the great stock routes, taking huge mobs of cattle to Queensland from stations in WA and the Territory. The drovers are gone now, replaced by road trains. Their hair raising escapades, sense of humour, and full and generous lives live on—in the yarns and memories, paintings and photos in this book. From the author of Wild Cattle, Wild Country and Pioneers of the Kimberley.