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I believe, and Turner's writings prove it, that the intricate braiding of land and water breeds more than ducks and rockfish. It breeds a specialness in the human spirit... All very earthy, very mundane if you will. And all, sieved through the meshes of the author's memory, very full of that wonder of the everyday world, a wonder that Kenneth Grahame in The Wind in the Willows called 'the most priceless possession of the human race.'.
— Tom Horton, from the Foreword