5 responses to David Kline’s October
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    ann
    Comment on David Kline’s October (October 18th, 2009 at 04:11)

    Need to find a copy of the book- it was a treat to read this excerpt.

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    OldKat
    Comment on David Kline’s October (October 18th, 2009 at 18:48)

    We use to live on what was then the rice producing region immediately west of Houston, Texas. Very little rice there now as it is apparently more profitable to grow subdivisions than it is rice. With nothing to feed on, the geese have quit coming. Seldom see more than a few dozen at a time anymore.

    Regardless, every fall it was an absolute magnet for tens of thousands of ducks and geese. More geese than ducks, but there were still plenty of both. Bishop Kline captures the beauty of living near where these migratory fowl are feeding and roosting.

    At the time I took their presence for granted, but I’d give anything to go back 20 to 25 years in time and stand outside the farmhouse while a dozen or more Snow, Blue or White Fronted geese cupped their wings and soared in right overhead to join the hundreds, if not thousands, of others that were feeding maybe a hundred yards away. Nothing quite like it…

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    Comment on David Kline’s October (October 19th, 2009 at 17:13)

    Hi ann, Oldkat, thanks for sharing. Sounds amazing. I do like this piece too. DK is good at evoking a certain mood in his books, and I think this is a characteristic excerpt.

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    Ruben
    Comment on David Kline’s October (October 20th, 2009 at 05:41)

    Erik, this excerpt is great, makes me want to go to Ohio…

    And when/where can I buy your book?

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    Lance
    Comment on David Kline’s October (September 18th, 2012 at 11:05)

    I have read both of the books by this man and they are fantastic. I very highly recommend them.

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