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Thu, Sep 30 | Online Event - Zoom

Always an Adventure Virtual Book Club - "Wild Rescues"

Pick up our next book club pick, "Wild Rescues: A Paramedic's Extreme Adventures in Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton" by Kevin Grange, and join us for a virtual gathering on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 to discuss the book in addition to our longings for our next great adventure!
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Always an Adventure Virtual Book Club - "Wild Rescues"

Time & Location

Sep 30, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT
Online Event - Zoom

About the Event

"It's Always an Adventure" and while we still can't get out to adventure right now due to COVID-19, what we can do is read about the outdoors!

Pick up our next book club pick, "Wild Rescues: A Paramedic's Extreme Adventures in Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton" by Kevin Grange, and join us for a virtual gathering on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 at 5:30pm Pacific Time/8:30pm Eastern Time to discuss our thoughts about the book in addition to our continued longings for our next great adventure!

A copy of the book club selection, "Wild Rescues: A Paramedic's Extreme Adventures in Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton" by Kevin Grange, can be purchased via Amazon. Or rather, please consider supporting your local independent bookstore.

Enjoy the book! Hope to see you on Thursday, September 30th at 5:30pm Pacific Time/8:30pm Eastern Time on Zoom!

Newcomers are always welcome! Please direct questions, concerns, suggestions, and/or recommendations to krista.muscarella@gmail.com.

Description from Amazon:

"Wild Rescues is a fast-paced, firsthand glimpse into the exciting lives of paramedics who work with the National Park Service: a unique brand of park rangers who respond to medical and traumatic emergencies in some of the most isolated and rugged parts of America. In 2014, Kevin Grange left his job as a paramedic in Los Angeles to work in a response area with 2.2 million acres: Yellowstone National Park. Seeking a break from city life and urban EMS, he wanted to experience pure nature, fulfill his dream of working for the National Park Service, and take a crash-course in wilderness medicine. Between calls, Grange reflects upon the democratic ideal of the National Park mission, the beauty of the land, and the many threats facing it. With visitation rising, budgets shrinking, and people loving our parks to death, he realized that—along with the health of his patients—he was also fighting for the life of 'America’s Best Idea.'"

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