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Arctic Crossing

Books have a tendancy to sometimes sit on my shelf for a long time. A very long time. Jonathan Waterman’s Artic Crossing: A Journey Through the Northwest Passage and Inuit Culture, I would guess, has been there for about a decade. I grabbed it off the freebie shelf at work one day since it looked […]

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Ranger Confidential

Since I toured my first national park years ago, I’ve thought of becoming a National Park Service ranger. I toyed with the idea even so far as to go online and look at job openings and descriptions. I may have never applied, but I certainly gave it strong consideration. I mean, what would be so […]

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