There is so much to see and do within Portland, but the best part of Portland is the fact that it’s so dang close to so much you can experience all kinds of adventures. As summer winds down these are some great places to get to before the school season starts. If you don’t make it before then, don’t worry, September and October are usually good months to take in the last of summer. Enjoy any of these as day trips or weekend getaways while the weather is still great. [Read more…]
It’s spring break and there is plenty to do in and around Portland if you don’t plan on leaving town.
One minute you can be shopping downtown, eating at a great little place that serve fresh local ingredients, hitting some breweries, laughing at a comedy club, then the next minute you can be driving out of town to a completely different atmosphere.
If you go east you will hit the mountains which have hiking trails, biking trails, obviously skiing and snowboarding.
Right now Mt. Hood Meadows is offering a spring unlimited pass for $139. That is a killer deal and a great way to spend spring break.
For those that just want to put there feet up, then you can head West to the beach. This time of year there are storms and whales to watch. Great chowder and salt water taffy to be eaten.
Really all it takes is deciding what it is you want to do. Deciding how much money or energy you want to spend.
I know Portland might be extreme and that is why people move here, but what about where you live? There has to be some fun things to do in your area. Trust me, I came from a town of 150 people and believe it or not, there were things to do in our area as well.
I told you, even though we like roller coasters we do enjoy other vacations as well. So here are some tips for the Oregon Beach.
Even though we are very close to the Oregon coast we don’t get there much. I guess I am not much of a beach lover. Not sure if it’s the wind or the sand. But the opportunity arose for us to go to the beach for a weekend, so we took advantage of it. [Read more…]