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Viewing Wildlife on the Oregon Beaches in Winter

When you think of visiting the Oregon coast, you may think of flying kites, making sandcastles, playing in the surf on a skim board, throwing a frisbee, playing catch with your dog, or just kicking back and reading a good book. Yes, those are all great ways to spend a day at the beach. But […]

Photo of the Week: Joseph, Oregon

A barn stands out in sharp contrast to the peaceful white snow surrounding it at this farm outside Joseph, Oregon in the northeast corner of the state. The town of Joseph was named after the leader of the Nez Perce, Chief Joseph and is known for its collection of bronze statues that can be found […]

A Visit to Montavilla

A Visit to Montavilla

The little neighborhood of Montavilla comes alive when they host a big jazz festival and street fair every year. Even when it isn’t festival time, the Montavilla area can be a nice way to spend an afternoon. Located just off I-205 on the east side of Portland, the area is easy to get to, yet […]

Photo of the week: A December Sunrise on the Columbia

Photo of the week: A December Sunrise on the Columbia

Huber’s in Portland

Huber’s in Portland

The oldest restaurant in Portland has become more than a tradition. What was once a bar on First and Morrison serving a turkey sandwich with every drink purchased, is now an elegant, grand lady of a bar and restaurant aging gracefully in the 21st century. Opened in 1879, the restaurant relocated to 411 SW 3rd […]