Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Comments From A Reader Of "A Park Ranger's Life"

I just received this very kind email from a recent reader of my book A Park Ranger's Life: Thirty Two Years Protecting Our National Parks.

Mr Bytnar,

I picked up your book last week and read it in its entirety that day. To say I was impressed and moved is an understatement. Since I was a toddler the role of a Park Ranger always took on mythic proportions for me. I am 32 years old and have been a school teacher for 8 years. Recently I have decided to pursue my dream as a park ranger. I am applying to a few of the programs and schools to hopefully be accepted next year. I just wanted to drop you a note informing you that your book was a boon and inspiration for me. I appreciate and applaud your service sir, and through your writing and educating for others, you are a tremdous asset not only to NPS but to American History in the 20th and 21st century. 


Thank you for these positive comments.  They certainly made my day. 

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