Ok, well I am more interested in becoming a State Park Ranger and I was wondering how I can do that.
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
What happens to park rangers when they get bored? The answer here.
[Scene: Liz, a park ranger, goes to the park headquarters and finds that the secretary is not at her desk to buzz Liz into the building. Liz eyes the intercom box nervously.]
Liz: *sighs and presses the intercom button*
Intercom: Welcome to McDonald's.
Liz: *momentarily confused* Yeah, I'd like a ah ... cheeseburger and medium fries.
Intercom: Would you like to supersize that?
Liz: *leans nonchalantly against wall near intercom* Yes. I would.
Intercom: Thank you. Please pull around to the first window.
Door: *buzzes and lets Liz in*
Love for the Hat
I love the hat. But I don't particularly like the way my feet feel after five tours. Maybe we could petition for gel-cushioned roller skates? Or better yet... futuristic air cushioned sneakers that let you hover above the floor during tours or long standing periods.
Also: Our curator scared the bejesus out of me and my 2:00 tour group, which unfortunately was very excitable elementary school students. This means that in the second floor hall the kids start screaming bloody murder and then they STAMPEDED. It turns out that Cathy stepped out from around a corner and scared the kids. I think my heart stopped for a few minutes.
Ah, a day in the life of a park ranger.