Many times when I visit a historic site, I go into it with an attitude that is almost like an academic.
There are a lot of really interesting and fun things to do in Astoria, Oregon. But to be honest, one of my favorite parts of visiting this north coast city is to see the huge freighters sail by in the background.
If there is one thing in Canby that is the best kept secret, it’s a 3.5-mile trail that bisects the community, with bridges over roads and highways.
Cannon Beach has been a destination town since its inception, but during more modern times, it is being known more and more for its fine food and art.
Driving north on Highway 99E as you enter Canby, it’s very hard not to notice the Vietnam memorial citizen of the small Willamette Valley town have constructed.
When you visit the Oregon Coast in the fall, you are never sure what you are going to get.
The ringing of the bell can be heard up and down the pier, as “Old 300” runs along the Columbia River in Astoria.
As a local Portlander, I have always wondered about the butte that sits along Interstate 205 in Northeast Portland called Rocky Butte.