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Race Against Tide
In New Brunswick, ancient worlds await. But the same forces that reveal hundreds of millions of years of history may also erase them forever.
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About the Journalist
A specialist in coastal travel, the Northeastern U.S., conservation and preservation, food and craft beverages, and Spain, Robin Catalano is a travel journalist and the creator of OnceMoreToTheShore.com. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, National Geographic, Travel & Leisure, TIME, Smithsonian, Condé Nast Traveler, AFAR, Hemispheres, and a wide range of other publications.
A New Englander by birth now living in the Hudson Valley, Robin understands the call of the sea, and the allure of rock-strewn beaches and shrouded forests. She also knows that a Maine-style lobster roll is the one true lobster roll, that absolutely nothing beats a Rhode Island clam cake, and both are better when paired with a crisp hard cider.
An honorary Spaniard by marriage, Robin has been visiting Spain at least once a year for over a decade, and has never met a town or tapa she didn’t like. When she’s not writing about travel, she can usually be found exploring regional lakes in her inflatable kayak, hiking the Taconics, or wildlife watching around her home base.
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