In honor of the cheese she never tires of, PortMoresby drives down the Oregon coast on a pilgrimage to the home of a famous domestic cheddar.
December 27, 2021: Port Townsend, Washington January 5, 2022: Starbucks Reserve Roastery, Seattle January 12, 2022: Seattle's Volunteer Park Conservatory January 19, 2022: The Tillamook Cheese Factory, Oregon January 26, 2022: The Sylvia Beach Hotel, Newport, Oregon February 2, 2022: The Garden at Shore Acres State Park, Coos Bay, Oregon February 7, 2022: Point Wilson Lighthouse, Washington February 21, 2022: Fort Worden, Washington March 7, 2022: The Bremerton Ferry More of PortMoresby's...
Samantha and her husband Eugene toured six covered bridges in Eugene, Oregon. She shares some pictures of her visit here.
While Samantha and her husband were visiting Springfield, Oregon they saw this amazing "Flame" sculpture that reminded her of an Olympic Cauldron.
The Berg Building is a rare Art Deco example in Portland, but its worth a long and loving look.
PHeymont fell in love with this classic Portland building that almost gave way to a parking garage in the 1970s.
DrFumblefinger shares some photos of light breaking through clouds over northeastern Oregon.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the buildings he saw while exploring Baker City's historic district.
Samantha shares Oregon's unusual Capitol with us, as she sets out on the second half of her tour of America's 50 state capitols.
Lewis and Clark lore, history and some great beaches highlight this week's installment of Jonathan L's Pacific Northwest odyssey.
Jonathan L rounds out his time in Astoria, Oregon with a visit to three fascinating small museums for you to enjoy.
The old piers on the Columbia River give a beautiful perspective to the water.
DrFumblefinger shares his experiences with viewing the total solar eclipse of 2017. He experienced it in eastern Oregon and found the moments of totality to be an amazing -- even moving experience.
Portland's First Congregational Church is a gem from outside or inside...and I only found it by accident while heading for the nearby Oregon History museum. Glad I did!
In downtown Portland's Pioneer Square, these bronze characters draw plenty of attention, especially from kids.