Inn of the Oregon Trail

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

... 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!

Triple Chocolate Penetration

A travel blog entry by doove


No, this doesn't refer to any kind of weird sexual encounter, unless you count donuts as sexual... Oh, but in case you don't know Portland is actually pretty damn weird! Therefore I like it... First stop was the boltbus over the border, which was trouble free except the guy opposite me having some sniffly nose disorder - either that or he was on far too much cocaine, although no sniffer dogs sniffed him out so he was allowed to sniff onward and annoy the hell ...

Road trip begins...

A travel blog entry by katie_gav


... 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 ...

Her Skin! His Hair! They're So Red!

A travel blog entry by sueschubert

... their hands and feet, as well as, their fingernails; and men, too (gasp), have used it to dye their hair, something women had been doing for millennia.

Men, too! India

Home Remedy--Henna Products

But henna isn’t just ...

Addendum to Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by outsidebreak

... bear crossing the river, and a massive bull elk crossing the river too (not in a chase). Somehow we managed to miss it every time. We have still not seen any bears, and finally saw a big elk on our way out of the park the last day. We did get to see a number of bison, but those are pretty hard to miss and don't move very quickly. *Sigh*. We're still on the lookout for a bear. We don't need to see it too closely, mind you, but it would be nice.


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