Mernin's distinguished career in the National Park Service spanned four decades, five national parks, and a remarkable 32 year stay in Yellowstone, the park he loved and never left. In his long awaited memoir, he takes readers behind the scenes to learn firsthand what it's like to be a park ranger.
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