Oregon

If you love grilled cheese, you’ll love Portland Oregon

Portland Oregon is known for pop up restaurants and food truck cuisine. But imagine my delight, as a grilled cheese lover, to find a trailer kitchen devoted to gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches

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Tasting wine in the vineyards of Oregon

Oregon is fast becoming a noted wine producing state. And Oregon is now a major destination for those wanting a wine country getaway. With boutique wineries, beautiful tasting rooms, B&B’s, fine country restaurants and lush green countryside, Oregon has a great deal to offer.

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Tiptoeing through the tulips in the Pacific Northwest – It’s Tulip Festival time

The tulip fields of the Pacific Northwest are a draw during the month of April when these colorful flowers spring forth from bulbs at farms from Washington to Oregon.

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Portland Food Adventures: Discovering the culinary side of Portland Oregon

An amazing way to dine in Portland, Oregon, just across the Columbia River, is with Portland Food Adventures. Whether you go alone, in a group, or as a couple, Portland Food Adventures will provide you with opportunities to meet some of Portland’s top chefs, sample their cuisine and enjoy an evening of culinary delights and great company.

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The Columbia River Gorge, Oregon – Waterfalls, hiking, dining

If you are visiting Portland, Oregon, a must-do is the Columbia River Gorge. Whether you take a drive east on Highway 84 to Multnomah Falls or spend a weekend hiking the waterfall trails, you’ll be treated to one of the Pacific Northwest’s scenic wonders.

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Winter Whale Week on the Oregon Coast

Winter Whale Week is celebrated along the Oregon coast during the last week of December. It is never certain whether it will be a good time to see the whales, but usually it is. Up to 18,0000 gray whales swim along the Oregon Coast during their winter migration. You may also see Humpback whales.

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