Monday, January 22, 2018
Breaking News
Home » Campground and RV Park News » 93-year-old ranger is heart and soul of Mont. campground

93-year-old ranger is heart and soul of Mont. campground

(Sept. 23, 2013) -- The Spokesman Review writes that 93-year-old Glacier National Park Ranger Lyle Ruterbories is contemplating retirement from his seasonal position at Kintla Lake Campground, but isn’t ready to make it official just yet.

WEST GLACIER , Mont. — The Spokesman Review writes that 93-year-old Glacier National Park Ranger Lyle Ruterbories is contemplating retirement from his seasonal position at Kintla Lake Campground, but isn’t ready to make it official just yet.

Ruterbories has worked as the seasonal park ranger at the campground for the past 20 years, says The Spokesman Review. His daily duties include managing campground facilities, collecting fees, educating visitors on resource and park history topics, and conducting trail or lake patrol as time allows.

It’s a rigorous job, yet park officials say Ruterbories often goes above and beyond his daily duties, contributing countless hours to numerous projects.

For the complete story from The Spokesman Review, click here.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About Kelly Cauthorn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

RV Daily Report welcomes comments from readers. However, we expect that comments will be cordial and professional without reverting to name-calling, profanity and libelous language. Comments of that nature will be removed.