Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Review for "A Park Ranger's Life"
The following review appeared in the Winter 2009-10 edition of "RANGER: The Journal of the Association of National Park Rangers" on page 27. The following are excerpts from that review.
Reviewed by Warren Bielenberg
His book chronicles interesting supervisors and park visitors, adventures in training and travel, intriguing cases, searches, fires, and the joys and frustrations of being a National Park Ranger. Through his stories you can see how the job of a ranger has evolved since the mid-70s.
...some well-told stories of rangering that some of us could only imagine.
Much of the book reads as if Bruce were telling his stories to you over hot coffee or a cold beer. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in seeing how varied a national park ranger's job can be, or for you old rangers to compare Bruce's stories with your own.