A humorous look at the life and times of a park ranger.
Claiming there’s too much to explore and discover in Glacier National Park that you can’t do it all in one season, Park Ranger Pat Hagan returns every summer, year after year. While some people suffer from Season Affective Disorder (SAD), Hagan says he suffers from “Seasonal Disorder” (SD), a type of depression that results during the remaining seasons-which are: Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter and Construction. Seasonal Disorder is about spending summer in paradise-for as long as you can make it last.
Because he can't hold down a regular job, Pat Hagan has worked for the last 19 summers as a Seasonal Naturalist in Glacier National Park. He's slowly letting go of the idea of growing up, and behaving like normal people his age. He's quite happy to live in the "Never-Never Land" of Glacier National Park, among the wild creatures and wild lands that constantly surprise and always inspire. In the dark, he looks just like Brad Pitt.