Imbedded with the notion that he had a mission to complete, Warren Harrison set out with the quest to obtain a higher education, figuring that would enlighten him. His great grandfather's words, "Go for the Gold" and the knowledge that his deceased father had left directions to gold hidden somewhere in the Everglades prompted him forward. But all of this would be put on hold for awhile by the call to service during the Korean War. Through it all, the allusive mission continually resurfaced and eventually the real meaning of his grandfather's words . . . .