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Apr 25, 2012
We know, we know, "glamping" is kind of a silly word. But savoring the outdoors in style sure isn’t. From the San Juans to Idaho, ranches, rafters, and even vintners have, in recent years, been...
Apr 11, 2012
April showers might bring May flowers, but they also often bring discounted green fees at some of the region’s top golf getaways. Many courses kick their rates up, come May, so now’s the time to...
Mar 21, 2012
A trip to wine country doesn’t have to mean a 60 minute haul down I-5 or 99. Tucked just 30 minutes down Highway 26 sit some worthy examples of Oregon wine amidst the bucolic landscape and quaint...
Mar 9, 2012
As travel season approaches, we regularly field questions about the hippest places to stash out-of-town guests. Now Portland—and especially downtown—has plenty of beautifully appointed hotels. But...
Mar 6, 2012
This week marks the beginning of a six-week long remodeling project at Skamania Lodge, the 254-room hotel and resort nestled just across the Columbia on the Gorge’s forested slopes.
The revamp of...
Feb 28, 2012
Bend’s real estate market might still be a bit of a bust (whose isn’t?), but that hasn’t stopped the Central Oregon gem from quietly compiling a host of new eating, drinking, and playing spots:...
Feb 23, 2012
This weekend Astoria hosts the 15th annual Fisher Poet’s Gathering, a heralded celebration that brings together Northwest fishermen and women to share salty tales and touching lines in a smattering...
Feb 22, 2012
Reagan was president, Milli Vanilli was popular, and Mount Bachelor skiers were still wearing bibs when Bend’s downtown Deschutes Brewery Public House first opened its doors in 1988.
Feb 8, 2012
Just because Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year doesn’t mean you can skimp on the romance.
Sure, do dinner and a movie during the week. Then pack your bags—and a bottle of bubbly—and hit...
Jan 27, 2012
We've got low-impact warm-weather getaway ideas for all four quadrants of the Portland brain.
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