Wednesday, September 8, 2010
In Memory of Kathie Bixby
Leafing through this book I am reminded of how lucky I am to call this little corner of the world home, and I am grateful there are still places left in America, like the Sandhills, that exist in a near natural state, though they may be too few and far between.
In the acknowledgements, Mr. Owens writes, "I am greatly indebted to Kathie, who, from the very beginning, became a gracious friend, a guide who willingly introduced me to her friends and patiently shared her vast knowledge of the region . . . The memory of her friendship is embedded in every page of this book."
I highly recommend this book to anyone willing to read it. Thank you so much, Mr. Cody, for your thoughtful
Click here to read a review by the Lincoln Journal Star.