By: Teddy Goodrich To set out on the trails of Henry W. Coe State Park is to begin to understand some of the demands and delights these rugged mountains held for the ranchers and homesteaders who once made their living here. Their names may dot the land, but few traces of their hard-working lives remain. In these pages the author presents glimpses of a vanishing way of life. Stories recorded from the old-timers themselves will give park visitors a new understanding of the landscape around them. 2005 Pine Ridge Association 76 pp 81/2? x 11?