Friday, September 18, 2009

We Made It! NatGeo's Traveller, "50 Places of a Lifetime"

We made it!
Check out the list: 50 Places of a Lifetime - "WILD PLACES": Coast Redwoods, California

Our special neighbors are featured in October's National Geographic Magazine too. It's a fascinating article - "Redwoods - The Super Trees".
NGM Blog: Redwood Stories

"Long before The Bucket List and 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, we sought to showcase those treasured destinations that every curious traveler should visit in a lifetime.

Now, in Traveler's 25th-anniversary year, we recognize the first 50 places and offer another 50 that speak to the transformation of travel since 1999--how we travel, where we travel, why we travel. Ten years ago, we could see the emerging signs of a new kind of journeying--one that puts a premium on sense of place, authenticity, culture, sustainability, and experience rather than mere sightseeing."

1 comment:

  1. Nice to see your area getting more exposure. Your region certainly has more room for extra visitors.

    It would be nice if more businesses in your neck of the woods had websites, or upgraded to regular sites. That's one way I browse for local resources myself. In fact, the Emerald Forest site enabled local restaurants to gain me as a customer, via a chain of referral word of mouth. How much better if all uploaded their information with a URL. Someone should host a morning or evening talk someday for business owners there explaining how sites help represent the community as a whole.

    Either way, it's a fine small town to visit. Hope to dine there this winter again.


    MDV / Oregon


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