Northwest Travel and Life – Fall 2017: Whether you’re prepared to be scared or you just want to contemplate mortality, there’s no better place than a mausoleum to get you into the Halloween spirit.
Whether your trip involves a weekend on the coast or plane trip around the world, it’s smart to not only be prepared but get the best deal.
1859 Oregon’s Magazine – July 2016: Yes, Eugene has everything, including a bit of an identity problem. Is it a college town or a town with a college?
Whether you’re from Central Oregon or not, when you’re posted in or around Bend there’s no limit to recreational opportunities — even if you’re not among the throngs headed to Mount Bachelor’s nearby slopes for winter or summer mountain sports.
Most Oregonians know that Brookings, on the south coast, is much warmer than the rest of the state. But climatologists know of other “banana belt” areas and this article exposes them.
Oakridge has had to reinvent itself in creative ways. It has done so, and now, whether you call this town the “Mountain Biking Capital of the Northwest,” “Hiking Heaven” or the “Land of Endless Views,” there’s tons of fun to be had by anyone.
This time of year, nature shakes off its cloak of winter and color comes back into the world. Our meadows and hillsides are ablaze with bright yellow, red, pink and blue of seasonal wildflower displays.
At the time of year when most travelers are packing a couple of swimsuits and heading off to a warm beach, my family was digging through our closets to find our warmest sweaters, hats, mittens, scarves and long johns. Though we did pack our swimsuits, our destination was hundreds of miles from the nearest beach: […]
One of Oregon’s most beautiful scenic byways has a narrow window in which you can enjoy it. McKenzie Highway 242 runs over the McKenzie Pass from Belknap Springs to Sisters, and throughout most of the year it is generally covered with snow. But in late summer and fall, every twisty mile of the narrow, 34-mile-long, […]