This book brings forth an illustrated, random collection of essays and thoughts born of many years while serving as a park ranger for the State of California. What follows is irreverent and iconoclastic, often scathingly humorous and sometimes deeply serious. There is no particular order, plan or even subject matter to it. This is a look at the inside life and times of one ranger while working for the government in the service of protecting our public recreation lands and the people who use them. It affords a unique and perspective for the insider or uninitiated outsider. The book makes no effort to have a proper format, a goal or point of view other than to entertain and perhaps occasionally inform.
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Greg Picard finished his Bachelors Degree in English, specializing in creative writing. After getting his Masters in education, he worked as a high school and college teacher, counselor, park ranger, editor, firefighter/medic, railroad brakeman and historian as well. He has written travel articles and short essays and a soon to be released park ranger mystery novel called Old Bones. He makes his home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
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