Caitlin a tough, streetwise orphan from Philadelphia, Caitlin Seeger thumbs her nose at authority until a run-in with the law forces her to make a pretty tough choice: do some time in juvenile hall or move out to Montana to live with her distant cousins. Even though she doesn't always make the best decisions, this one's a no-brainer. Luckily, her cousins have a son her age and she finds a trusted companion--a horse named Bandit who's even wilder than she is. Learning to live together and respect each other's differences is no easy task for Caitlin and her new family, but her friends, her strong personality and her love of photography help her make it through. Life in Montana may be different than life in the city, but it's definitely an adventure!
Character Guide Caitlin Seeger: Deep down, 14-year-old Caitlin Seeger is a really good kid, but years of growing up in a foster home and protecting herself from early disappointments have made her hard-nosed, defensive and indep
Griffen climbs to a mountain top, leading an on-line expedition.
Caitlin feels that supporting Dori, who is in the running for Mother of the Year, would be a betrayal of her real mother.
Caitlin and Griffen hold a birthday party for Jordan at the bowling alley. Scary things begin happening, such as the lights going out, and Caitlin being dragged into the pit by Mr. Squirrel. Is it Caitlin and Griffen playing tricks on everyone, or is it the escaped serial killer from the jail that Jim was talking about?
An old friend of Caitlin's, Charlie Sullivan, comes to High River to hide, and tries to convince Caitlin to start stealing again, like the old days. Will Caitlin prove an old friend that she's changed? Or will Charlie convince her to go back to Philadelphia... for good?
Caitlin is annoyed by Brett's little sister, who is visiting the ranch for the weekend. Meanwhile, Griffen makes the class yearbook available on the Internet.
Caitlin and Griffen face expulsion from school, she for cutting class and he for plagiarizing a term paper.
A surprising friendship forms between Caitlin and a spunky senior citizen. Meanwhile, Griffen and Nikki try to work together on an important project.
Burning bootleg CDs becomes a hot topic at school, with Caitlin and Griffen on opposite sides. Meanwhile, Griffen's parents discover that he might have been mixed up with another baby at the hospital when he was born.
Caitlin is reunited with her long-lost father, but Griffen is worried that his parents might get a divorce.
Caitlin fears that her newly-arrived father will disappear again after he is accused of passing counterfeit money. Meanwhile, Griffen helps deliver a baby.