Wilkinson also lards his well-written narrative with other valuable discussions. We learn of his own journeys from
Most important, Wilkinson achieves his major goal: he catches "the spirit of place"--and delivers it delightfully."
I was particularly pleased by this one from South Dakota writer-rancher Linda M Hasselstrom. Praise from a down-to-earth rancher was particularly sweet to my ears.
Western historian Donald E Green was instrumental in setting up the Mari Sandoz Heritage Center at Chadron State College, NE. It was after reading Sandoz' work that my enthusiasm for the Sandhills was ignited.
Poe Ballantyne is a writer who has settled in western Nebraska, not many miles from where I stayed in the red house.
Some reviews are, to say the least, pithy. What else would you expect from a Nebraska farmer?