UNESCO and World Heritage Sites explained, along with some tracking of our own exploits hunting down these amazing places.
After five days of taking in the stark and majestic beauty of eastern Oregon, it was time to head back to Portland. Instead of beelining it to I-84, which would have gotten us back into Portland in a little over […]
We really had no idea just how majestic the Wallowas of Eastern Oregon would be. The drive in treated us to a sweeping panorama of jagged alpine peaks. As approached, the snowcapped mountains quickly closed in all around. Still, we couldn’t have […]
We reached the farthest point of our 1,200-mile road trip through Eastern Oregon on Sunday afternoon. Wallowa Lake State Park is located in the far northeastern reaches of the state of Oregon, nestled among what are commonly referred to as the […]
The Painted Hills of Eastern Oregon. Lori and I have been wanting to visit these stunning freaks of nature for a while, but given their fairly remote location (certainly for those who don’t live in Bend), a visit hadn’t been feasible […]