This is part of our ongoing series asking authors one simple question: Where do you like to read?Today's response comes from T.C. Boyle:
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The giant sequoias are direct descendants of the enormous trees that once covered North America and loomed over dinosaurs in vast forests of fern and evergreen. Now they survive in just one small redoubt -- the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
It's true, Los Angeles is a large, busy city, but it is also one of the few cities in the United States with so many biodiverse, natural places to see within 100 miles of the downtown area.
California is all that it's cracked up to be. We have oceans, cliffs, mountain peaks, deserts, sun and sand. When the folks over at Los Angeles magazi...
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