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Heading to California #CAroadtrip

We heard all the suggestions and made a decision. Next week I’ll be making my way to California. It’s the epicenter of innovation, we realized, and a hotbed of great ideas. I’m still firming up my travel calendar (should I go south to north, north to south, inside out?) The only requirement is that I...

We heard all the suggestions and made a decision. Next week I’ll be making my way to California. It’s the epicenter of innovation, we realized, and a hotbed of great ideas.

I’m still firming up my travel calendar (should I go south to north, north to south, inside out?) The only requirement is that I want to see some innovation at work—people innovating how we’ll eat, move and power our lives in the coming few decades.

As for now, I’m pretty excited. And I hope you’ll plan to come along. I’m going to see how beaches are made, how new fruits are designed and how energy will be created in the future without combustion. Plus, stay with me and you’ll soon learn that I love me some tiny houses.

I’ll start moving next Wednesday, November 28. Join the trip right here, or on Twitter at @NatGeoDan. Not to mention our fancy new hashtag: #CAroadtrip.

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