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!
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Alone

A travel blog entry by gdsanner on Apr 10, 2014

... houses, in the barn. This was pretty hard because you have to get all the chicks into a box, until you are finished mucking out their stall. We also just got turkey chicks and they are super cute. Next, I had to make a new creep for the lambs. The creep is a small pen that only the lambs can get into, as it has special food just for the lambs. Finally, I washed and put away eggs again. Tomorrow is my day off, so it will be nice and ...

We need more dog training

A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 07, 2013

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... gracious, put Andy and I up in their bedroom and slept in the basement. I continue to feel like a queen.

Here is where the poor puppy behavior begins so I will just focus on the positive and reiterate that we need more training. After introductions, we relaxed while Nick grilled salmon and veggies and Jana prepared the rest of the dinner. We sat down, joined by their perfectly behaved dog, Worley, and their two ...

Columbia Gorge & Mt Hood

A travel blog entry by rorox on Jul 22, 2013

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... was still such a beautiful spot and we are glad we made the effort to drop by. These falls are the highest in Oregon and the second highest year round waterfall in the US The waterfall plummets 620 feet over two steps from the bottom of Larch mountain and are made even more enchanting by the Benson footbridge (1914) which arches 100 feet above the lower falls. With no time to waste we moved on quickly to complete the three waterfall ...

Road trip begins...

A travel blog entry by katie_gav on May 03, 2013

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... paying and stayed in a really cool little camp site. Private area, BBQ built in and car space. The only bad thing about it was that we didn't have a mat separating us from the floor so around 1am it was FREEZING!!! We all woke up shivering and didn't sleep to well at all. Chris ended up getting up at 6.30am just to start a fire again to warm up! Our camp area backed onto a beautiful lake which had a rope swing so we decided that we would jump into the lake before we left... This ...

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