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    5 TIPS TO KEEP YOU PARKING IN THE FALL

    Summer's gone, beachwear and bandana are in the closet til next year, time to hunker down indoors. Wait – what? Fall is a whole nother season to charge out into. Grab a friend or three and get out fearlessly with these tips. It could make you wish it was October

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    GALLEON WINGS AND CALIFORNIA RAIN

    We Californians waiting for rain to break the present drought share a common hope - and possible salvation - with the captains of the Spanish Galleons who sailed the Pacific four centuries ago. After four years of too little rain, the state’s redwood giants are now turning from green to

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  • Khortum trail crosses an ancient seabed with towering sea stacks in Somona Coast SP, evidence of past climate change.  Photo: S Nett

    To See Climate Change, Come Walk on the Sea Floor

    Glaciers melting, oceans warming, sea levels rising - it’s hard to image the effects. But you can actually walk on the evidence in more than a dozen California State Parks, to get an idea of what climate change can really do.  The coastal plain in the photo above is actually

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