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The Girl from Keller's

Harold Bindloss

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .But you are a climber. You have balance, trust your feet and not your hands, and know how to step on a loose stone."

Festing laughed. "I used to do something of the kind as a matter of business. You see, I helped mark out the line for a new railroad in British Columbia, and rocks are plentiful in that country."

"It must be a wonderful place," said Helen. "I have a photograph of the gorge at the foot of the glacier, where the line went through. You had stern work when you laid the rails in winter."

Festing looked at her in surprise, for he had worked to the edge of exhaustion and run many risks at the spot, but while he wondered how she knew Helen got up.

"I think the rain is stopping and we can start," she said.

There was not much rain, but thick mist rolled across the top of the hill they were now level with, and everything below was blotted out. Leaving the stones, they crossed a belt of boggy grass where their feet. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Good book. However, it is easy to get bogged down in the middle. The book is about settling on the Canadian prairies. A man in railroad construction, leaves the railroad and begins farming. His crop fails and he goes back to working on building the railroad tracks. The description of laying track is