Crazy Love eOver and over as if it was a funnyndearing inside joke Perhaps It Was But it was but me it simply came across as a not in touch friend who picks on someone for a physical characteristic that that person is then forced to pretend to be ok with the joke and laugh it off Maybe I m reading too much into it and perhaps it wouldn t ven be worth noting xcept that the shortness came up over and over Also be aware that there is some languagecruditysexuality mentioned Due to that I would not recommend simply since I wouldn t want to offend
others Brilliant book very revealing about the true nature of these Brilliant book "VERY REVEALING ABOUT THE TRUE NATURE "revealing about the true nature these and the measures Park Rangers go to to protect holiday goers and the thousands of tourists that visit these parks very weekIt is very well written and very harrowing at times as not all stories nd well The demanding xtreme situations that rangers are put in is just incredible From flash floods to scorpions dropping from the ceiling of your trailer and that is the tame stuff I had no idea and it has been very ye opening to learn It really does bring a rewarding new perspective If you live for the outdoors have hiked the Grand Canyon and mountain trails of the high country you may have secretly Black Heart, Red Ruby envied and admired our park rangersBut this book tells of the toll that it takes on their lives from low wages burnout PTSD death in the line of duty and the stress of dealing with a too often insensitive and ignorant public bent on killing themselves in a myriad of ways. Green line between protecting the park from the people the people from the park and the people fromach other Ranger Confidential is the story behind the scenery of the nations crown jewelsYosemite Grand Canyon Yellowstone Great Smokies Denali In these iconic landscapes where nature and humanity constantly collide scenery can be as cruel as it is redempti.
review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or Book Ö Andrea LankfordIn this day and age of self published works it becomes almost shocking when you read two different books one written by an author in over hisher head and one written by a very good author Andrea Lankford is the *Latter She Is A Very Good Author *she is a very good author has been an absolute pleasure to read Lankford s book Ranger Confidential I really njoyed reading her book I laughed I smiled I pictured the places she describes and the incidents she reports New Plant Parent: Learn the Ways of Plant Parenthood easily in my head She does a very good job painting the picture with her words and I reallynjoyed her writing style I found myself chuckling than once She relays very good stories discusses deeper issues within the National Park Service and tells stories of other rangers while never sounding whiny condescending or preachy As someone angling toward a second career as a seasonal park ranger I
VE BEEN READING SEVERAL BOOKS ABOUT RANGERS THE FIRSTbeen reading several books about rangers The first were not very well written never drew me in as a reader and came across as whiny and negative Lankford is simply a good writer and it makes the book much Dreaming Me: An African-American Woman's Buddhist Journey enjoyable to read Instead of waiting for the book to justnd already I was looking forward to picking it up ach time and reading it not really all
that xcited for it to nd That is the sign of a good well written book With too manyexcited for it to nd That is the sign of a good well written book With too many written books out there it s been a pleasure read Lankford s intriguing book about National Park Service rangers and her career Andrea WOW This was a solid book Great read Excellent ability to. For twelve years Andrea Lankford lived in the biggest most impressive national parks in the world working a job she loved She chaperoned baby sea turtles on their journey to sea She pursued bad guys on her galloping patrol horse She jumped into rescue helicopters bound for the heart of the Grand Canyon She won arguments with bears She slept with a few too. Get you right into the action and into the lives and xperiences of the NPS Rangers and staff It brought back a lot of great memories from my own time with NPS back in the 90 s Underfunded and underappreciatedGet this book Read this book If you want to know about the life of a Ranger this is great insight Well written book hard to put down book for a memoireulogy loved how you followed various characters all friendsacuaintances of the writer through xperiences in the National Park service Enjoyed an insider s The Lost Art of Reading Natures Signs eye to working in the Parks however I no longer would be interested in working in them if thesexperiences are true to most workers definitely shows
the underbelly of working in the parks with a lotugly underbelly of working in the parks with a lot gender discrimination Moreno etc The one aspect which weakened the book in my view was thending I understand that the writer wrote it as a tribute and lasting memorial to the colleague who died and I m sure the family of the person appreciates that but it was the weakest part of the novel since it changed the strong tone to a meandering louacious ramble of recorded last moments and memorial services If the book had abbreviated that section and Monsieur Pain ended at the death the book would have been stronger interesting and would have left the reader with a profound sense of the loss Instead I became annoyed at the pettinesstc One aspect of this book that annoyed me to no A Spark of Light: the fearless new novel from the Number One bestselling author end was the constant referring to one individual as very short repeatedlyven to his face. Many rattlesnakesHell yeah it was the best job in the world Fortunately Andrea survived itIn this graphic and yet surprisingly funny account of her and others xtraordinary careers Lankford unveils a world in which park rangers struggle to maintain their idealism in the face of death disillusionment and the loss of a comrade killed while holding that thin. ,