PrairyErth: A Deep Map

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William Least Heat-Moon has it right. A wonderful read. - PrairyErth entered my library because Blue Highways was there. I had read Blue Highways four times when I discovered PrairyErth and bought it. At first I was bitterly disappointed that it wasn't much like Blue Highways. And it had all those quotations at the beginning of each chapter. But as I forced myself to pick up the book and read it, over time, I realized I had to force myself to set it back down again. I lived with the author during every one of his encounters with the locals and found in my memories someone almost like each one of them. His search for Og paralleled my own search for a farm where I lived for only two years while I was seven and eight years old--a place that provided me with a beginning, a young boy's paradise. But alas all that remains is the memory. When I finally found the farm it had been turned into a gravel pit, a super highway and it was so reduced in size it amounted to little more that what remained of William Least Heat-Moon's Og. And it was...
Prairy Erth - I live in Lyon county, Kanzas, immediatly to the east of Chase County. When this book came out it stirred a great deal of controversy, needless to say. My first exposure to this work was an audio cassette version. I was curious and a bit skeptical about having an "outsider" review our area. To say I was pleased with what I encountered would be an understatement. Heat Moon has done a masterful job, better I think than BLUE HIGHWAYS. Since the book was published a park (of sorts) has been opened just west of Strong City. It consists of a wonderful old, limestone ranch house, the Spring Hill Ranch, which is being renovated and is open to the public and will be featured, eventually, as a "working ranch". In addition there is a small, stone schoolhouse and acre upon acre of hiking area amid the Tallgrass. Much of this development, I feel, is directly the result of this book. There is a dichotomy at work here in that, while pleased that travelers will come to...
William Least Heat-Moon has it right. A wonderful read. - PrairyErth entered my library because Blue Highways was there. I had read Blue Highways four times when I discovered PrairyErth and bought it. At first I was bitterly disappointed that it wasn't much like Blue Highways. And it had all those quotations at the beginning of each chapter. But as I forced myself to pick up the book and read it, over time, I realized I had to force myself to set it back down again. I lived with the author during every one of his encounters with the locals and found in my memories someone almost like each one of them. His search for Og paralleled my own search for a farm where I lived for only two years while I was seven and eight years old--a place that provided me with a beginning, a young boy's paradise. When I finally found the farm it had been turned into a gravel pit, a super highway and it was so reduced in size it amounted to little more that what remained of William Least Heat-Moon's Og. And it was just as difficult to find. Any author...