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by Steve Tetreault

  • ISBN: 1425796508
  • Author: Steve Tetreault
  • ePub ver: 1273 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 92
  • Publisher: Xlibris (November 29, 2007)
  • Formats: mbr mobi lrf txt
  • Category: Transportation
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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See Steve Tetreault’s THE BEAR DOGS OF KATAHDIN, pub. By Xlibris 2007). Baxter state park-- hiker sign-in sheet. Please write last name, number in party, trail up, trail down, time left and time returned along with today’s date and the day you plan to return if you are camping.

See Steve Tetreault’s THE BEAR DOGS OF KATAHDIN, pub. Park rangers try to discourage the average visitor from off-trail hiking for good reason. One way or another, you will be injured, lost or even killed. If Baxter Park is considered the jewel of Maine and Katahdin, the main attraction of Baxter Park, then the Knife Edge Trail must be the hallmark of Katahdin. Tommy looked across the page at various names.

I was very impressed with the park rangers memoirs of his years of service at Baxter State Park in Maine

I was very impressed with the park rangers memoirs of his years of service at Baxter State Park in Maine. You will read and see Steves love of being a Park Ranger and his deep respect for nature.

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And Other Recollections of a Baxter State Park Ranger. The mother moose was standing by her three-week old calf

The Bear Dogs of Katahdin : And Other Recollections of a Baxter State Park Ranger. The mother moose was standing by her three-week old calf. She gave me a cold hard stare and then laid her ears back. I could actually see the hair rise up on the back of her neck just before she put her head down and charged. Barely into my second month as a Baxter State Park ranger and a big animal was angry and running straight at me. She could kill me or cause serious injury with one fl ail of her hooves. In this collection of anecdotal stories, Steve describes his life as a new ranger in a strange place, meeting new people-and learning about his wild neighbors.

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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. and other recollections of a Baxter State Park ranger.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Published 2007 by S. Tetreault, Xlibris in, [Philadelphia, P.

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Baxter State Park is a large wilderness area permanently preserved as a state park, located in Northeast Piscataquis, Piscataquis County in north-central Maine, United States

Baxter State Park is a large wilderness area permanently preserved as a state park, located in Northeast Piscataquis, Piscataquis County in north-central Maine, United States.

The mother moose was standing by her three-week old calf. She gave me a cold hard stare and then laid her ears back. I could actually see the hair rise up on the back of her neck just before she put her head down and charged. Barely into my second month a
Comments (6)

Agalas
If you are looking for a relaxing read to take you back to the basics of nature, then Steven Tetreault's "The Bear Dogs of Katahdin" is the perfect read for you. Coming from a small town background, Steve walks his readers through his experience as a Baxter State Park ranger in a simple language that can transcend across generations. Filled with that small town humor, Steve shares his once in a lifetime opportunity with his readers in such a way that readers may feel like they are just getting to know Steve by the end of the book. For anyone who works to preserve the wilderness in the way nature intended, or simply dreams of doing so, "The Bear Dogs of Katahdin" will be sure to delight readers with nostalgia and inspiration.
Hidden Winter
I purchased this book on Amazon.com.I was very impressed with the park rangers memoirs of his years of service at Baxter State Park in Maine.Steve Tetreault writes about his recollections while being a park ranger,he puts his memories in this book for you to read and enjoy as much as he did.There is many interesting stories in the book that Steve shares with you,some humorous,serious,sad and just very informative.You will read and see Steves love of being a Park Ranger and his deep respect for nature.It is a book filled with the stories of a man who lived his dream of being a Park Ranger
Highly Recommended
Zyniam
I've read this book in hardcover and softcover and I guess with today's technology, this book was bound to be published digitally and be available for digital devices. The only negative I can think of is it's kind of difficult to get your digital copy signed by the author. Otherwise, this book is a great read and now at only $9.99 for a digital copy, it is very, very reasonably priced. And, digital copy does save trees, I guess. But, the story Mr. Tetreault has written is well-worth your time and money whichever format you choose. He tells of his days as a Park Ranger in Maine's Baxter State Park, home to Katahdin (Maine's highest mountain) and the northern end of the famed Appalachian Trail. His book reads in much the same way as he would tell you the story over a cup of coffee. It's not pretentious and you can feel the love he had for the Park and for the other rangers he worked with. There's adventure and a little tragedy sprinkled with a few comic episodes--much like everyone's life, however, Mr. Tetreault writes in a way that makes you feel you were there at Baxter Park with him as a young man just starting to live his lifelong dream of being a park ranger. Don't let the self-published description sell this book short--it is better than most books in this genre. For those who have been to Katahdin or any place wild--this book will refresh your memory as to why you like it. If you've never been, then this book should be what gets you to go. Good book. The Bear Dogs of Katahdin: And Other Recollections of a Baxter State Park RangerThe Bear Dogs of Katahdin:And Other Recollections of a Baxter State Park Ranger by Steve Tetreault
Rainbearer
THE BEAR DOGS OF KATAHDIN surprised me at how well-written, humorous, and detailed it was. I didn't know what to expect exactly, but Mr. Tetreault's true account of his rangering days in Maine's Baxter State Park is very compelling. Each chapter (or story) can stand alone. They are not to long or too short for the subject matter. The book reads easily and for anyone who loves Maine, the outdoors, or just a plain good story--they should read this one! I actually wished the book were longer as I neared the end. Obviously, Mr. Tetreault loved his days at Baxter Park and the people he worked with there---it shows in his book. I say, "Get this book!"
Benn
I read this book because I am going to visit the park with my husband. This was a quick and good read with some stories, laughs, and Baxter-specific pearls. I also learned some about park rangers and what they're up against and will definitely do my part to follow the motto: preservation before recreation. I'd recommend this to anyone going to Baxter. It helps you to put all the names of the places into perspective by hearing some of them described in narrative.
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A nice book with some decent stories, but I wish that the author had spent more time at Baxter in order to make the book longer. It leaves you wanting a lot more than the few anecdotes it provides. What hurts even more is that the author can be a bit repetitive. Still a great read for fans of the outdoors, especially Maine's Baxter State Park.

(Originally posted this review on my Goodreads account)

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