Nancy-Ann Feren and her husband, Dick, are definitely NOT your average travelers. They have explored all the sites in the National Park System, driving to most of them and camping whenever possible. This book chronicles 40 years of their memorable adventures in the national parks while they learned about and enjoyed the history and nature found in each place. It includes stories about bush plane flights to remote parks in Alaska, canoe trips through mangrove swamps in Florida, and staying with a native family in American Samoa as well as suggestions for a successful camping experience.
Nancy-Ann Feren is a retired 5th grade teacher. She has a BA from Wellesley College and an MA in Teaching from the University of New Hampshire. She and her husband, Dick, live in Manchester, NH where they both grew up. Nancy-Ann loves spending time with her family, baking cookies with her grandchildren, reading, walking, camping in a two-person tent, and traveling.