PNW Navy Ships Pacific Northwest Covered Bridges Pet Friendly Travel Oregon Ghost Towns

PNW Navy Ships

Navy ships named after Pacific Northwest locations, includes many historic and interesting ships

Pacific Northwest Covered Bridges

The Pacific Northwest was once littered with Covered Bridges. Most are gone now, but some still exist

Pet Friendly Travel

Pet Friendly Travel options across the Pacific Northwest

Oregon Ghost Towns

My map of over 250 abandoned, ghost, and historic towns in Oregon

02nd Jun 2015
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Egan, Oregon’s oldest Ghost Town

Name: Egan Class: G2 GPS: 43.569319, -119.076989 (best guess, see below) Directions: Depending on the source the town is described as “two miles south of Burns,” “brushing shoulders with Hines,”...

02nd Jun 2015

Fort Rock Geological Formation

Fort Rock is one Oregon’s geologic treasures. Created between 50,000 to 100,000 years ago from lava venting into the muddy bottom of what is now called Fort Rock Lake. The...

30th May 2015
Ghost Towns of Washington

Farmer Washington

Name: Farmer Class: C2 GPS: 47.612752, -119.813885 Directions: From Wenatchee head north along US Route 2 which parallels the Columbia River. At the town of Orondo Route 2 takes a...

Wisdom Washington and the Homestead Cemetery

Name: Windom (Lewis County) Class: A1 GPS: 46.412606, -122.638418 Directions: Only accessible during hunting season when Weyerhaeuser opens the roads to the public. The exact location of the “town” is...

Ghost Town of Hite Washington

Name: Hite Class: A2 GPS: 47.664381, -117.778262 Directions: Hite is about about six miles west of Fairchild Air Force Base. Head west along Highway US-2. Take a right onto S...

Mondovi Washington

Name: Mondovi Class: H2 GPS: 47.680481, -118.016129 Directions: From Davenport Washington, head East on Highway 2 for 6.5 miles. Take a left on Bennett Road for a mile. At the...

01st Mar 2015
USS Oregon

USS Oregon – “McKinley’s Bulldog”

It can be said that behind the USS Constitution, no other ship is as important to the development of the United States as a nation then the USS Oregon. While...

13th Feb 2015
Where to eat in Leavenworth with your dog

Where to eat in Leavenworth with your dog

Where to eat in Leavenworth with your dog No… not where to eat your dog! Where to eat WITH your dog. There are a limited number dining options in Leavenworth...

13th Feb 2015

Dog Friendly Lodging in Leavenworth Washington

Dog Friendly Lodging in Leavenworth Washington Leavenworth is a cool Bavarian themed town located in the Cascade mountains about two hours east of Seattle. During the summer its a great...

13th Feb 2015
Hoffman Covered Bridge

Map of Oregon’s Covered Bridges

Map of Oregon’s Covered Bridges One of Oregon’s lasting legacies is the number of wooden covered bridges still in existence. Over 600 bridges existed at one time, but only a...

10th Feb 2015

Bend Oregon Pet Friendly Lodging

Bend Oregon Pet Friendly Lodging Bend is the largest city in Central Oregon. It’s located near amazing outdoor opportunities, and nature. In addition over the past couple of decades it...

10th Feb 2015

Portland’s Best Donuts, or how to get fat in a week

I’m about to give out a secret. Or rather several. Everyones “knows” that one of Portland’s Best Donuts is at Voodoo Donuts. It seems to be on every single guide...

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