Professor Nolan 'Camp' Campbell asks, "Can today's women handle the rigors of pioneer life?"
His sister Sherry says, "Anything a man can do, a woman can do better!"
ANYTHING YOU CAN DO . . .
'Camp' recruits a group of women to reenact an 1820's wagon train journey. They include Sherry . . . and the lovely Emily Benton, with her two impossible children, Megan and Mark. 'Camp' discovers that wagon train life is enjoyable one minute and frightening the next . . . rather like falling in love . . . with Emily . . .
HAVING IT ALL . . .
Sherry Campbell believes love and independence are incompatible. Garrett Lock - a man she encountered on the wagon train expedition -- disagrees. He wants it all. He's a single father with a child he adores. He has a successful career. And now he wants another shot at love. Coffee in the morning and kisses at night . . . with Sherry . . .