08/31/13 - 6:50pm
Jacqueline Erion stood with a sudden look of faux concern among a circle of friends. She held her shoulders down, her lips pursed. She bobbed her head back as she spoke, exaggerating her character impersonation.
“A guy caught his gas can on fire and then himself on fire,” she said, recalling what a camper had once told her, “but we put him out.”
Her friends remembered the incident.
“And I’m like, ‘Problem solved,’” she said.
A pistol and two magazines hung on her belt, an Alaska State Park Ranger patch sewn on her chest. Friends around her laughed.