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Paid in Sunsets: A Park Ranger's Story By David A. Dutton
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Paid in Sunsets: A Park Ranger’s Story is a humorous memoir of David A. Dutton's life as a Federal Park Ranger. Park Rangers are called upon to do many dangerous things, like rappel down cliff... More > faces to rescue stranded climbers, or cut fire lines in advance of raging forest infernos. Dutton didn’t do those things. He spent thirty-one years sharing the natural world with others. This memoir retells the best of those experiences—bawdy encounters along the muddy Rio Grande, ghosts in a remote Southwest canyon, swimming with Great White sharks, tweezing pernicious Kentucky ticks off his body, carrying diarrhea out of the longest cave in the world, and getting pissed on by an indignant raccoon in a Mississippi backwater, to name a few. The memoir is about birth, life, and sometimes, death. It’s about a journey—from being a greenhorn Park Ranger in New Mexico to becoming an ordained Senior Park Ranger in Mississippi, twenty years later.< Less
So...you want to be a Park Ranger! By David Rose
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Many people have dreamed of becoming a Park Ranger. They are drawn in by the thought of working and living outdoors in the most beautiful natural areas of the world. That was my dream a year before I... More > actually became a Park Ranger. Now I am a Park Ranger at age 60 and I can show you how to do what I have just accomplished. You will learn how to study nature, wilderness medical training, interpretation skills, how to select and apply for positions and much more. Buy this book and I will show you how to get started today on the trail to becoming a Park Ranger.< Less
So...you want to be a Park Ranger! By David Rose
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Many people have dreamed of becoming a Park Ranger. They are drawn in by the thought of working and living outdoors in the most beautiful natural areas of the world. That was my dream a year before I... More > actually became a Park Ranger. Now I am a Park Ranger at age 60 and I can show you how to do what I have just accomplished. You will learn how to study nature, wilderness medical training, interpretation skills, how to select and apply for positions and much more. Buy this book and I will show you how to get started today on the trail to becoming a Park Ranger.< Less
Volume 0171, 1993–94 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season --- 1994 Caribbean Cup By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 0171, 1993–94 Queens Park Rangers F.C. season---1994 Caribbean Cup Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic... More > gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Volume 2672, Goldsworth Park Rangers F.C. --- Gold Rush (TV series) By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 2672, Goldsworth Park Rangers F.C.---Gold Rush (TV series) Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards... More > the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Murder at Pond Park By Misty Reddington
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Before dawn one morning in early summer, Park Ranger Molly Tinker and her standard poodle are jogging at Pond Park when they discover a shoe sticking halfway under the evergreen tree on the hill.... More > Lifting the shoe, Molly discovers that the shoe is attached to a dead body. Molly and her poodle jog home to awaken her husband, Chief of Police Eric Wade, to tell him the bad news. The residents of this small New England town have no memory of murder and are disturbed by this violent crime. Unfortunately, as the summer passes, Molly and her dog discover more bodies under the evergreen tree on the hill. Molly becomes an unofficial detective, helping the police with the murder investigation. Her unorthodox detecting skills entertain the reader and lead to the arrest of a killer.< Less
Last Ghost at Gettysburg By Paul Ferrante
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High school freshman T.J. Jackson thinks his summer will be a drag when his widowed dad dumps him off for a vacation with his Uncle Mike, a Park Ranger at the Gettysburg National Battlefield, Aunt... More > Terri, and his geeky adopted cousin LouAnne. But T.J. is in for a few surprises. For starters, Gettysburg isn’t the boring Civil War town he expected. A ghostly Confederate cavalier has been terrorizing nightly visitors to the battlefield. And LouAnne isn’t so geeky anymore- she’s become a sassy beauty who leaves him breathless. Things escalate when the cousins, aided by T.J.’s quirky friend Bortnicker from back home in Connecticut - who also has his eye on the lovely LouAnne - attempt to solve a murder mystery that has the local police, park rangers and paranormal investigators in a panic. Because how do you stop an undead killer from 1863 from wreaking havoc in the 21st Century?< Less
Bear Edges By Fred Whissel
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Fly a hairy helicopter rescue mission through the snowlogged mountains of Jackson Hole—at night—with one of the world’s “scruffiest” movie stars as your pilot! In this... More > fast-paced thriller, the world’s worst outbreak of forest fires forces animals and humans alike to flee Yellowstone National Park. When thousands of recovering elk soon undertake their annual migration southward to the National Elk Refuge at Jackson, Wyoming, they are followed by four hungry grizzlies. At first feared, the big bruins unexpectedly turn around the area’s sagged tourism economy when they become nationally famous. But then all of the grizzlies mysteriously disappear—along with a local newspaper photographer and a couple of skiers. Who will be next? Can the bears be stopped? Is anyone in charge? And who will wax the floors when Mayor Elvis leaves the building?< Less
Sheep Football and Other Strange Tales from Rural America By Eric Pinder
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Imagine a place where moose outnumber people, where bears chase cyclists down mountains, where the Milky Way shines brightly in the sky and the nearest traffic light is an hour’s drive away. In... More > this collection of stories and essays (and a few poems) author Eric Pinder celebrates America’s rural way of life. In “Signs of the Times,” governors, senators, and presidents grovel at the feet of farmers, mill workers, and Wal-Mart clerks during the New Hampshire Primary. Are sheep the stupidest of the mammals? Are border collies the smartest? Morning chores on the farm become a battle of brawn versus brain in “Sheep Football.” A young park ranger gets paid to tolerate tourists and execute bears. He’d rather just go hiking. In “An Eye for Detail,” he stomps into the wilderness in search of job satisfaction. Enjoy these tales and two dozen more in a book that journeys from the vanishing family farm to the windswept summit of Mount Washington to the cold beaches of Maine.< Less
Sheep Football and Other Strange Tales from Rural America By Eric Pinder
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Imagine a place where moose outnumber people, where bears chase cyclists down mountains, where the Milky Way shines brightly in the sky and the nearest traffic light is an hour’s drive away. In... More > this collection of stories and essays (and a few poems) author Eric Pinder celebrates America’s rural way of life. In “Signs of the Times,” governors, senators, and presidents grovel at the feet of farmers, mill workers, and Wal-Mart clerks during the New Hampshire Primary. Are sheep the stupidest of the mammals? Are border collies the smartest? Morning chores on the farm become a battle of brawn versus brain in “Sheep Football.” A young park ranger gets paid to tolerate tourists and execute bears. He’d rather just go hiking. In “An Eye for Detail,” he stomps into the wilderness in search of job satisfaction. Enjoy these tales and two dozen more in a book that journeys from the vanishing family farm to the windswept summit of Mount Washington to the cold beaches of Maine.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00