Hey Ranger 2: More True Tales of Humor & Misadventure from the Great Outdoors

Hey Ranger More True Tales of Humor Misadventure from the Great Outdoors In this sequel to the wildly successful Hey Ranger True Tales of Humor and Misadventure from America s National Parks former ranger Jim Burnett casts his net globally in search of the most outrageous

  • Title: Hey Ranger 2: More True Tales of Humor & Misadventure from the Great Outdoors
  • Author: Jim Burnett
  • ISBN: 9781589793293
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this sequel to the wildly successful Hey Ranger True Tales of Humor and Misadventure from America s National Parks, former ranger Jim Burnett casts his net globally in search of the most outrageous and humorous stories of man in his eternal quest to experience the natural world Burnett tells of campers being belted by mysterious objects falling from the sky, like potaIn this sequel to the wildly successful Hey Ranger True Tales of Humor and Misadventure from America s National Parks, former ranger Jim Burnett casts his net globally in search of the most outrageous and humorous stories of man in his eternal quest to experience the natural world Burnett tells of campers being belted by mysterious objects falling from the sky, like potatoes and ice cream wildlife photos that went awry, including a ground squirrel that outwits a photographer dumb crooks in parks, such as the drunk driver who mistakenly knocked on a judge s door to report an accident and drivers who went over the hill and into the woods instead of to Grandma s house Burnett also assembles contenders for the strangest questions ever asked of a park ranger, lessons on how not to pick a campsite, life lessons you can learn from a canoe trip, as well as some classic bear stories As always, Burnett s stories are meant to inform as well as entertain, and serve as cautionary tales on how not to become a victim of your vacation Told in Burnett s classic, conversational style, Hey Ranger 2 will not disappoint.
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    • Dale Lehman says:

      Jim Burnett's second Hey Ranger! book collects more stories of life and misadventure in America's national parks, including close encounters with wildlife, examples of how not to pitch a tent, creative ways to clean up gasoline spills, and that strange fuschia glow at the scene of a truck accident that could have been fire, toxic chemicals, or, well, something completely off the wall.Although it has plenty of hilarity and affords many insights into the lives of park rangers, I think I liked the [...]

    • Thomas Ray says:

      Burnett's more interesting stories are in the first book.

    • Kathy says:

      Quotable:In the Great Outdoors the way less traveled may not always be the best choice, so whether you’re on a river, a trail, or a road, when you come to a junction, think at least twice before you make any assumptions about whether to proceed on one route or the other. Above all, if you spot any signs warning of dire conditions ahead, don’t engage in any wishful thinking about what you want it to read, unless you’re prepared to “abandon all dope.”In canoeing as in the rest of life, t [...]

    • Megalion says:

      I read the first one and enjoyed the stories if not always the narrative of the first book. However this book is extremely convoluted in the narrative and the stories are pieced together from what people have sent in based on the publishing of the first book. But its hard to find the actual stories. The first book I would have evaluated at 65% story content and 35% blather but this one is like 80% blather to 20% content. I read the first few chapters but then gave up. Some people may enjoy that [...]

    • Dad says:

      Along with his accounts of misadventures, he has exerpts from other rangers and campers that are quite interesting and informative. You will certainly know what not to do.

    • Cory Saint-Esprit says:

      A great follow-up to Hey Ranger #1! More great stories from the National Park Service

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