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Oregon itinerary planning advice needed

Discussion in 'US - Western States Timesharing' started by Bxian, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. easyrider

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    One of the relatives recently stopped by Timberline Lodge and took this picture of one of Mevin Keegan's carvings. Melvin is my wifes grandfather. Mels other work includes the Rams Head table and many other wood and stone creations.



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    Yes. Our son did this on a business trip to the Portland area and he said it was awesome!
     
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    Since you love food and wine and scenic drives, check out information on Yamhill County. It has an abundance of all those things. They have beautiful wineries galore.

    McMinnville has a great little downtown area. Check out McMenamins restaurant and hotel. They are a very unique local chain that picks intriguing locations to open their businesses. The top of the building is an outdoor area of the restaurant that has a gorgeous 360 view.

    (If you can't go there, there are many other McMenamins in your path.)

    Four days in Portland sounds perfect considering your situation. The farmers market and Powell's are excellent choices. You won't be disappointed.

    The Columbia Gorge is amazing, but if it's a choice between that and the coast, I pick the coast, hands down.

    I've been there countless times over decades. I even lived there for a bit. I go there often and never get tired of it. A Arive along 101 is breathtaking.

    Have a great time!
     

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