Three and a half feet tall. Seven feet long. Three feet wide. Thirty-two boards. One hundred and twenty-eight nails. Destination: anywhere. Return address: unknown. This crate, ordinary in every aspect except it’s origin and contents, sits on a railroad track near small-town Silt, Colorado. Waiting to be found.
The twelve ponies inside the crate are found by three friends. They decide to keep the ponies, each motivated by greed and the prospect of easy money. But as time grows on, they raise the ponies from infants to adults, and slowly bond with them. All the while learning bits and pieces about where they came from, and why.
The story shall be divided into three acts. This story has three authors, who will also be the main characters. The locations are real places where the authors live.More Less