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Greetings from Baja Montecito. As one who
grew up in Marin, I enjoy keeping in touch
via Marin Magazine. Viewing the recent
10-year anniversary issue (June) reminded
me how much I enjoyed the magazine art covers sans all the script clutter. I challenge you
to turn to pages 42 and 43 and compare and
contrast. The magazine covers sans script
clutter truly distinguished you from other
publications. The covers were awesome.
Change happens, of course, but would it not
be preferable to embrace a change when it is
for the better? Also, I would enjoy reading
more about Marin, whether about yesterday, today or tomorrow. I look to numerous
travel publications for travel articles. I read
Marin Magazine because I want to read about
Marin. Just a few unsolicited suggestions I
hope will be taken in the spirit of support.
Congratulations on your 10-year anniversary
and thank you for continuing to offer a print
version. CLAUDIA GAUS TAD, MON TECI TO, VIA EMAIL
Inside your Marin Summer 2015 pull-out guide (“Get to Know Marin,” June), I
noticed a rather complete listing of Marin
cities (on the map), except the prominent
city of Novato. The little pictures of cows
shown were cute, but what about Stafford
Lake or hiking and biking on Mount
Burdell? Novato has struggled forever to
be recognized as a part of Marin, but as a
retail owner and a longtime resident, I just
couldn’t be silent. Please drive up for a visit.
You’ll see we are more than a cow town.
JAN MORRIS, MORRIS AND COMPAN Y, VIA EMAIL
We loved the geology article by Nate
Seltenrich (“Under Our Feet,” June). My
daughter, Christie Rowe, is a geologist (grew
up in Strawberry) at McGill University in
Montreal. In March she brought a group of
five Ph.D. students and showed them all four
of these sites. I emailed the article to her.
BARBARA RO WE, S TRA WBERR Y, VIA EMAIL