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

Day with Tifts

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 31, 2015

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... sightseeing, Mt Hood, Boring, Oregon City with a stop at a brewery. After a nap we went to dinner at a Mexican restaurant for a delicious meal. Confessed to eating a few chips and re fried beans. We need to get out of here!! Had a nice deal here in their mobile home park, a guest RV site complete with hook ups. It was a nice visit and glad we stopped to see them. Tomorrow ...

Long Driving Days

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 01, 2015

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The downside and upside to long road trips are the long stretches of time in the car

Yesterday started out well: breakfast with Julie then 2 hours later lunch with friends in Sonoma, Joe and Stephanie. Actually, Joe and I were co-workers when I was working all of the months in Nor Cal. We’d never met in person but spent lots of time on the phone, text and email plus facebook. It felt like meeting up with old ...


A travel blog entry by sarahdurnan on Sep 21, 2014

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... switchbacks, completely worth it. We then went up to the Columbia Dam were there is a Salmon ladder and hatchery. The water was thick with Salmon and we could see them leaping out of the water trying to get upstream to spawn. We saw Herman the Sturgeon, so big he could be mistaken for a shark. Sampled some Portland microbrews in the ...

Day 17

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jul 03, 2014

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We were up and out early this morning. Our goal today is to complete the WBCDR route and make it to Portland. As promised I'll keep this short and point you to the pictures. Just outside of Ellensberg, we hit the dirt again, quickly climbing a 1000 feet or so and then dropping and then climbing again. We’ve been making our way steadily southwest getting closer to the Cascades each day. Today, we confronted the reality of what ...

The green fields of home

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

I have spent the last two days traveling through the lush green fields of the Willamette Valley to Oregon City which marks the end of the Oregon Trail along which a new nation of settlers passed in the 1840's and 1850's. After the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains they must have felt they had arrived in Paradise when they finally made it.

The villages and small ...

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