Category Archives: Oregon

It’s a Burl, Southern Oregon

On the long journey from Southern Oregon to Northern California we stumbled upon a most unique gallery! Just about in the middle of nowhere, It’s A Burl [24025 Redwood Hwy, Kerby, OR 97531] will come up quick on the side … Continue reading

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Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge

I’ll tell you the truth, I didn’t intend to visit – but mother nature intervened. We were in Oregon during the ‘storm of the century’ and while lower elevations were flooding, higher elevations were getting pelted by a blizzard. What … Continue reading

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Stark’s Vacuum Museum Portland, Oregon

Do you prefer art museums or history museums? How about vacuum museums? Really…only in Portland, Oregon. Visiting Stark’s Vacuum Museum [107 NE Grand Ave Portland, OR 97232] is a perfect rainy day activity or fun flair to any tour around … Continue reading

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Paul Bunyan Statue, Portland OR

His legend is larger than life and so is the statute dedicated to him! Visit the Paul Bunyan Statue [8433 N Interstate Ave, Portland, OR 97217] on an unassuming street corner. Portland, OR is filled with kitschy sights, walking or … Continue reading

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Best of Portland, OR Parks: International Rose Test Garden

One rose says more than a dozen, but what about 10,000+ of 500 varieties? That’s what you’ll find in the International Rose Test Garden [400 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205], there is a reason Portland is known as the … Continue reading

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Best of Portland, OR Parks: Forest Park

I never would have imagined there were so many different shades of green. Forest Park is gigantic, it is one of the largest urban forests in America. There are extensive (80+ miles) and eclectic trails to choose from with multiple entrance … Continue reading

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Best of Portland, OR Parks: Cathedral Park

In a quiet part of town sits a patch of green grass with a bridge spanning over the Willamette River. The holy Gothic Revival style arches of the St. John’s Bridge is how the park got its name. Cathedral Park … Continue reading

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