waterchallengeDick Jordan’s Contra Costa Times article about the Bay Model is a good example of seeing local hidden gems as attractions worthy of travel articles. And check out his Blogspot website, Tales Told from the Road, which does a great job of incorporating Facebook, Twitter, a photo slideshow, and an RSS feed. Nice work, Dick.


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  1. A Year of Living (Not So) Dangerously as a Travel Writer « Tales Told From The Road on January 24, 2010 6:25 pm

    […] piece I had written about one of Sausalito, California’s little-known gems, the Bay Model (a large-scale hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay Estuary, once run as laboratory facility, […]

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