Today is National Oregon Day. As many of you might already know, I adore Oregon – especially the coast. While both California and Oregon have designated their coastlines as “Public Property”, the wealthy in California tend to hog the best views for themselves, and the rest the state charges an admission fee.Continue reading “Hail to Oregon and Dungeness Crab”
Oregon, Jefferson and Peanut Clusters
Founded in 1859, Oregon is a quirky yet amazing place. It’s said that the only leprechaun colony west of Ireland is in Oregon. And the world’s largest living organism also calls Oregon home.Continue reading “Oregon, Jefferson and Peanut Clusters”
For the longest time, Oregon was our home away from home. My favorite place to visit. The “vibes” were amazing. With camera in hand, my soul found peace on long, cold walks on foggy mornings.Continue reading “Beautiful Oregon”
Hello Oregon – Today is Your Day!
Today is National Oregon Day, a day to celebrate the 33rd state to join the union. When most people think of Oregon, they think Pacific Northwest, the Chinook natives of the Columbia River Gorge, and where Lewis and Clark first laid eyes on the Pacific Ocean.