Fish Stories and an Excursion Train in Eastern Oregon

Evening view from the Eagle Cap Excursion Train along the Grande Ronde and Wallowa Rivers in Northeastern OregonIt's hard to beat the combination of an excursion train and a fish story--it's an authentic Oregon experience waiting to happen!  Here's something just in about the Eagle Cap Excursion Train that rides the rails in Northeastern Oregon:

EAGLE CAP EXCURSION TRAIN HAS FISH STORIES
Elgin, Oregon__Steelhead & Chinook salmon are the topic for passengers who ride the scenic train Saturday, July 30, 2011.  Our guest presenter for the trip is Ron Harrod, manager of the ODFW hatcheries at Big Canyon and...Read More
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Jacksonville Stagecoach Cross Country Mountain Bike Race on July 30, 2011

Echelon Events LLC Stagecoach Cross Country Mountain Bike Race in Jacksonville OregonVikki Lynn of Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville tipped us off to this upcoming mountain bike race in Southern Oregon:

If you are a mountain bike enthusiast then Jacksonville, Oregon, is the place to be on July 30th.  The  Stagecoach Cross Country Mountain Bike Race will commence at 11:00 am. 

Based off the original Revenge of the Siskiyous Jacksonville course, the Stagecoach Cross Country Mountain Bike Race returns to Jacksonville for its 2nd year.

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Bocce Anyone?

new bocce court at TouVelle House Bed and Breakfast near Ashland OR is perfect for relaxing after a day at the Britt FestivalWhen vacationing it’s nice not to have every single moment of your itinerary planned so you can enjoy some down time and truly relax.  At TouVelle House Bed & Breakfast in Jacksonville, Oregon, we know that and have created a wonderful retreat with lots of areas where guests can just “set a spell”.  This year we added a bocce court for another outdoor recreation option.  Bocce is an Italian bowling game with aspects of croquet and horse shoes that can be enjoyed regardless of your level of...

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Need a friendly, relaxing B&B? This is it!

Thanks for taking the time to talk about our Oregon bed and breakfasts!  Vivian shares her story about her authentic Oregon experience at Bybee's Historic Inn in Jacksonville, Oregon:

We spent 2 days at the Bybee Historic Inn a 1/2 mile outside Jacksonville, OR, and really enjoyed ourselves. It is well maintained, immaculate, and you feel welcome to use any of the rooms. DVDs, books, board games are available for free, too. The breakfasts were delicious and served on a large lovely back... Read More
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Oregon Bed and Breakfast Inns Play Poker with the Medford Cruise for Local Charities

Medford Cruise Poker Run on June 17, 2011 visits Prospect Historic Hotel and Bybee's Historic Inn


The Prospect Historic Hotel B&B Inn - Motel and Dinner House along with Bybee’s Historic Inn will be card stops for the Poker Run on Friday June 17th.

For over a quarter century the Medford Cruise has been all about automobiles, good times and good people. The Poker Run is a great opportunity to join in the fun, cruise with classic cars and win some great prizes. Approximately 90 cars will be participating in the run and the poker game. All of the proceeds benefit local youth organizations.

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Whodunit at Bybee's Historic Inn? Bring your group and find out!

Authentic Oregon inn near Ashland Oregon lodging. Bybee's Historic Inn is perfect for your murder mystery event. Whodunit in the parlor? Bring your friends and find out!Looking for something new and different to do with a group of friends?  Maybe need an out-of-the-box team building experience for your small company?  Bybee's Historic Inn, an authenic Oregon lodging property not far from Ashland Oregon lodging, will host a Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday night, June 4, 2011.

Here's what Vikki tells us about the evening:

Wild West Murder Mystery Dinner on June 4th.
 
A group of friends will join together to become re-created infamous characters such as... Read More
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Sunset Magazine Recognizes Chehalem Ridge B&B in Newberg Oregon

So we set out to find rooms—weekend rooms—for under $150 per night*. Call us cheap, but for that price we also want our own bathroom, no bedbugs, and rooms, or at the very least lobbies, with a dash of personality. And each one of these hotels is in a place we really want to go. (*All hotels have an...

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Wallowa County Chamber Releases New Arts, History & Cultural Guide

Oregon geotourism includes the famous Joseph Art Walk in Northeastern Oregon. You'll find monumental sized bronzes produced by local bronze foundries on the street corners. Photo courtesy of the Wallowa County Chamber of CommerceThe Wallowa County Chamber of Commerce recently released its new Arts, History & Cultural Guide.  You can download the PDF at this link to learn more about what's going on in this authentic Oregon corner.

Wallowa County is home to a diverse group of artists and artistic bronze foundries.  With drop dead scenery of Northeastern Oregon, many photographers calls Wallowa County home.  You'll find many local artists represented in the fifteen galleries scattered from Joseph to Wallowa, Oregon.

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What to See & Do in Jacksonville Oregon

Now here's a nice little first hand travelogue about Jacksonville Oregon.  Kat of Katty's Cosy Cove took the time to write about her recent visit to Jacksonville in Southern Oregon.  I think it was the title, "A French Inspiration in Jacksonville Oregon" that caught my eye.  But what's thrilling are all of her wonderful photos!

Unfortunately her images won't come across to this blog post, but it's worth clicking through and visiting her blog.  Kat spent time in A French BouTEAque, a lovely little...

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Le Puy A Wine Valley Inn...welcome from the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild!

Le Puy “Le Puy is an 8-room, 4-season, destination inn for the Yamhill Wine Valley. The inn strives to exemplify sustainability from the food offered, to the products used, to the care for the environment from the exterior to the interior. Our goal is to provide a superior hospitality experience.  Our mission is to be an authentic “eco-inn”.  We host meetings, retreats and seminars as well as intimate weddings, anniversaries and reunions. Guests are invited to come to the inn to re-balance themselves...Read More
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Getting Away from the Rest of the World: Oregon's south coast

Submitted by guest blogger Michelle Duarte
Innkeeper WildSpring Guest Habitat
Port Orford, Oregon

The south coast is the place for travelers who want to get away from the same old thing - traffic, strip malls, franchise hotels and restaurants. Travelers who'd like to bring home tales of something off-beat, who enjoy exploring the special but quirky.

Forest scene in Oregon's South Coast - WildSrping Guest HabitatOregon's spectacular south coast is a world all its own, very different from its northern counterpart. It is remote, underdeveloped, without the...

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Oregon Coast Events: Lincoln City Winter Fun in December

It's about the beach, history, glass floats in the sand, music performances, making your own dishes and even your own candy – it’s not just about the holidays and New Year’s Eve celebrations. Lincoln City lights up for the season in more ways than just the Christmas lights strung along the buildings.

The Cabin at The Lake House B&B in Lincoln City With so much to see and do on the Oregon Coast, consider Oregon Coast lodging at a member inn of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild in and near Lincoln City.  From a quiet romantic getaway to a fun...

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La Nina Winter in Store ~ Epic Ski Condtions Forecasted for Oregon

Have you heard the word? Local weather expects predict a big snow year.  The La Nina weather pattern will bring a wetter, colder winter which means many storms producing dry, powdery snow.  There is a possibility of a before Thanksgiving opening to the ski season, Thanksgiving being the "benchmark people like to use".
 

 
With 12 ski areas throughout the state, there is something for everyone from community ski hills to ski areas providing world class skiing and snowboarding.  We can't leave out...
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Wanderfeast ~ 10 Weeks, 10 Chefs and 10 Tastes They're Crazy About

There you have them.  Ten Weeks, 10 Chefs, and 10 Tastes they're crazy about!  Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products.

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Oregon Bounty Wanderfeast Week 10 ~ Wine

Having introduced you to Wanderfeast back in August, this 10 week celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation comes to an end with Wine Week.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re...Read More
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Mushrooms ~ A Staple in A Northwest Culinary Fall Dishes

Another week....another feast!  Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re invited to come along.  For information about this...

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It's All About the Nuts in Wanderfeast Week Eight

Back in August I introduced you to Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re invited to come along.  Here we are, already in...

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Meat Week from Travel Oregon Wanderfeast

Another week....another feast!  Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re invited to come along.  For information about this...

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Wanderfeast Week Six ~ Shellfish Week

Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re invited to come along.  For information about this week's Wanderfeast and spirits of...Read More
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Artisan Spirits Week ~ Travel Oregon Wanderfeast

Another week....another feast!  Wanderfeast, a celebration of food, foodies, and your chance for an authentic Oregon Culinary Vacation.  From the wine crush in Applegate Valley to the chanterelles hiding in the Coast Range to the fish and game that frolic in every nook and cranny of Oregon, ten top chefs will chase after ten of Oregon’s finest epicurean products. It’s ten weeks of foodie bliss, from one end of Oregon to the other.  And you’re invited to come along.  For information about this...Read More
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