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Traveling on foot; running and walking in Stockton and San Joaquin County

Costumed as holiday turkeys, two runners have fun at the Thanksgiving Run and Walk.

Today, travel by walking and running, for health, to reduce auto miles, to see more of your city and county.  To really see the scenic parts of your city or county – you can’t do it from the seat of the car. You have to walk, or as many do, run, to get to the [...]

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Traveling light; almost everything in a backpack!

We aim to have just about everything we need for a quick day-trip or weekend trip packed in a ready-to-go backpack. Items within that backpack include, clockwise from top right, a stocking cap, first aid kit including bandages & pills, cell phone, cell phone charger, small stuff sack, your ear-phones, phone-charger and other electronic paraphernalia, spare [...]

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    Viall is a local travel writer who retired in 2012 after 10 years as executive director of Stockton, CA's, Emergency Food Bank and six years with the Downtown Stockton Alliance. Previously, a 21-year career in daily newspapers helped shape his ... Read Full
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