Walking to the Bus Rider Blues Essay | Walking to the Bus Rider Blues

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Walking to the Bus Rider Blues

Summary: A book review on "Walking to the Bus Rider Blues" by Harriette Gillem Robinet.
Story and Main Idea

This book is about the dangerous and brave work of smokejumpers. They fight fires that regular fire stations can't fight. They are a great help in the U.S.A. Most of the fires they fight start out in hot dry forests. This book explains how to get into the smokejumping business and how smokejumpers plan and fight the fires. They use whichever strategy necessary for the fire. It goes thought the procedures one by one, from getting the supplies ready in advance, to the siren going off at the base, to jumping out of the plane, fighting the fire, checking to make sure the fire is out, leaving, and everything in between. It also shows all the supplies that may of may not be necessary in the smokejumping business. It goes over almost everything you would want to know...

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