SR-139: Tracks 1 - 3 discuss the Eto family and farm, including Banjiro Eto and his wife, a Truenita. The farm and house are described.
Track 4 discusses other Japanese families in Langley and a Japanese school on the Eto property.
Track 5 describes Eto's education at West Langley Public School.
Track 6 discusses the lack of Japanese customs observed in the Eto house.
Track 7 discusses provisions and shopping in Walnut Grove.
Track 8 discusses discrimination and the increasing resentment towards Japanese people after Pearl Harbor was bombed.
Track 9 describes leisure activities such as picnics and fishing.
Track 10 discusses World War II and internment of Japanese people. The Eto family's moves to Jasper and then Slocan, and finally Toronto, are described. Reparations from the Canadian government to the Japanese victims of internment are mentioned.