Inn of the Oregon Trail

Address: 416 S.Mcloughlin, Oregon City, Oregon, 97045, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Oregon City

The green fields of home

A travel blog entry by chris-moore on Jun 23, 2014

... the varied origins of the settlers in their names: In one hour yesterday I passed through: Brownsville, Crawfordville, Holley, Sweet Home, Waterloo, Lebanon, Crabtree, Scio, Stayton, Sublimity and Silverton.

The weather has been consistently warm and sunny and among these quiet villages in the warm sunshine you could almost be back home in England - all very idyllic!


A travel blog entry by gdsanner on May 14, 2014

Today was a hot one. I did the animal chores alone again. I have gotten used to doing them alone, so it isn't as bad. After finishing chores, we all moved into working in the garden. I was tasked with digging a new trench to plant potatoes, while Karmin and Sai planted potatoes in an older trench. Today, Carol needed to run to the store in order to get some chick feed and ...

Nine Waterfalls in One Day!!!

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 18, 2013

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... away to see the entire thing. Unfortunately, with its fame and ease of access, the area around the falls was incredibly crowded. We stopped for pictures at the lower viewing area to see both the lower and upper drops and then while Sandy got something to eat, I ran up to the Benson Bridge and got a few more pictures before continuing on. Next, we headed to Wahkeena Falls, a Yakima Indian word meaning most beautiful. It ...

Day 10: on to Portland

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 22, 2013

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The Plan: drive 80 miles to Portland on the I26. Stay at Riverplace Hotel. Have lunch at Adina and visit Powells Books What really happened- we get up early and set off for Portland. Our idea is to stop for breakfast on the way but courage fails at the "diners" we pass - strains of Duelling Banjos cross my mind! Eventually we are seduced by the Golden Arches (they are even worse here than in the UK - at least ...


A travel blog entry by themains on Jun 30, 2013

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... have their good points and include shopping for all price ranges. The Pearl District is for the rich with trendy boutiques, loft apartments, galleries, and bars and nice restaurants. We didn't buy anything there. We went back to our food cart for dinner and got the same chicken on rice as last night. Really nice place to eat but it did remind us of "dodgy Thai" in Mooloolaba. North Face and Columbia stores are ...

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