Barreling down 101 in early October, on my way from San Francisco to the Central Coast town of Cambria, I pulled off for a juicy stop in Morgan Hill.
I drove into the tiny Olympic Peninsula town of Forks, Wash., the other day. Haven’t heard of Forks? Clearly you don’t have a teenage kid, or even know a teenage kid.
Montaña de Oro State Park blew me away.
I grew up in Los Angeles and have lived in San Francisco for years, and thought I’d visited all the great coastal sites in between. But no.
Not every tide pool made the final cut, but that hardly means they're not worthwhile.
The things one has to learn before reporting on a topic as familiar —and as foreign —as tide pools.
As I write my first posting for VIA’s new blog, I thought I’d tell you a little about what I do for the magazine. This photo, taken a few days ago, pretty much sums it up.
Because flying is for the birds, writer Craig Neff drove across the country in pursuit of migratory avians.
Casper, Wyo., is in the heart of cowboy country and wears it with pride. From cowboy shops to down-home diners, writer Dina Mishev shows us there's much to love about the place.
Las Vegas is known for its glitz, but underneath the spangles lies a trove of interesting activities that one wouldn't normally associate with Sin City.
The Sacramento Delta consists of hundreds of miles of navigable waterways, and a string of picturesque communities along its banks, as well as State Route 160, among other rural roads.