Sometimes music says it better than words.
Taking a break from driving cattle, Red Farr finds himself at the barn dance, listening to Zeke play the hell out of his fiddle. Zeke's going where his fiddling takes him, but he might be looking for something a little more steady. When Red tells him that the ranch he works for could use another hand or two, Zeke reckons it could suit him to the ground. As could Red, if only Red feels the same way as Zeke.
Between driving cattle and fiddling, can Red and Zeke find some time for each other?
Originally published in the Cowboy Up! anthology.