The joint could have caused a forest fire in the state park

Forest fires are a huge problem.

I have been a national park ranger for 10 years. I joined the National Park Service, because I wanted to make a difference. I believe it is important to save the national parks and I wanted to be part of the solution instead of the problem. I joined the Park Service as a ranger. I cleaned up leaves and helped get the parks ready for the busy season when tourists would come to visit. Eventually I moved up the ladder and became a ranger supervisor. Then I was promoted to the position of lead forest ranger in the park. I’m constantly on patrol. I drive up and down the mountain in my cruiser, watching for potential problems that can happen. I had to kick some people out of the park a couple of days ago and it was the first time I ever felt really angry and upset with someone. I came across the hikers and they didn’t hear me walking up. They were smoking a marijuana joint. Marijuana is legal in this state, but we have huge signs all over the park that state no marijuana or smoking at all in the park. Forest fires are a huge problem. When the two guys heard my footsteps, they flipped the remainder of the marijuana joint into the woods so they would not get caught. I made the guys search through the brush and the leaves for the marijuana joint. It could have caused a forest fire. I can’t remember a time when I have felt more angry than I did at that time.

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