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Tide pool school

The things one has to learn before reporting on a topic as familiar —and as foreign —as tide pools.

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Tide pools: Traveling local

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.

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Featured Journey: Pacific Flyway

Because flying is for the birds, writer Craig Neff drove across the country in pursuit of migratory avians.

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Featured Destination: Casper, Wyo.

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.

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Featured Destination: Las Vegas

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.

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Featured Journey: Sacramento Delta

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.

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Featured Journey: Hwy. 1, from Pacifica to Santa Cruz

Hwy. 1 is a wondrous stretch of road, covering nearly all of coastal California. A particularly fertile stretch can be found just south of San Francisco.

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Featured Destination: Carmel and Monterey

Peter Jaret combed the beaches of Carmel and Monterey, and then combed the towns. In addition to reporting on Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey, and Pebble Beach for VIAmagazine.com, he uncovered little slivers of coastal goodness just off Hwy.1 along the southern edge of Monterey Bay.

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Featured Journey: Tide pooling in California and Oregon

Writer Christopher Hall and photographer David Collier went off in search of the perfect tide pool. Along the way, they encountered a variety of delights, both tide pool-related and otherwise.

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Welcome to Road Journals

 Hi. Welcome to Road Journals, VIA’s brand-new blogging site. I’m Bruce Anderson, the editor of VIA, and my goal for Road Journals is to give you a behind-the-scenes look into how stories in our magazine and on our website come together—or, occasionally, fall apart.

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