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Defensive Walls Go Up

So far my adventures in Yellowstone as a Ranger have my defenses up. If you’re ready to fight, I’m good to go.
I don’t like feeling this way, and I worry that it is going to give me negative encounters with people. 458 more words

What's On My Mind?

It's A Beautiful Day

Of course I had to have a post with one of my personal favorite songs by Michael Buble. This post will be a short update. I realize that BRAVO expects me to also make my journal entries a little more reflective than this, but I promise I will go into more detail later this week. 255 more words

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Book Reviews: The Shadow Broker by Trace Conger and Destroyer Angel by Nevada Barr

The Shadow Broker
A Mr. Finn Novel
Trace Conger
CreateSpace, August 2014
ISBN: 978-1-500-96697-3
Trade Paperback

This novel serves to introduce Finn Harding, who lost his PI license and is reduced to scrounging for a living, dealing with less than savory persons to make ends meet.  441 more words

Full Reviews

Careful if you are being recorded

Have you ever been recorded innocently or maybe not, and have repercussions occur because of it?  Maybe it’s just a tongue lashing or probably more common is the laughter of friends and family towards your actions.   237 more words

News And Politics

Ranger Betty Soskin, 93, on the Rosie the Riveter national park, California

The oldest national park ranger in the US tells us why she’s proud of the second world war home front park in Richmond, just across the bay from San Francisco

America

My Winter at Mesa Verde

I know I haven’t written in a while, I have struggled with how to write my experience this winter at Mesa Verde. As I sit here in the office I am surrounded by the busy hum of the new seasonals on their week of training. 280 more words

What's On My Mind?

A National Park Ranger Tasered The Hell Out Of Some Guy Flying A Drone

If you ever visit Hawaii, check out Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Why? The park’s official website says it best when it describes volcanoes as “monuments to Earth’s origin, evidence that its primordial forces are still at work.” It just makes you want to sit down and watch a Ken Burns documentary, no? 261 more words

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