Expert Travel Advice to Oregon

Top Answers To Oregon Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Melody, I'm assuming the storms in question are the ones that brew up over the Pacific and then dump prodigious amounts of winter rain and snow as these weather heads are forced up over the mountains along the coast. Add to that blustery coastal winds, and you've got some ideal conditions. Some towns to check out might include Bandon, Brookings, and Depoe Bay.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Sounds like you might be thinking of lots of places up and down the Oregon coast. To hopefully narrow things down, Away.com's newly published article on "The Top 10 Beaches of the Pacific Northwest" (http://away.com/features/top-ten-beaches-pacific-northwest-1.html) includes a section on Neskowin Beach, Oregon. "Few beach communities remain as unspoiled as Neskowin Beach. Families built vacation homes here in the 1920s and '30s, and there has been amazingly little development since," writes Nancy Prichard Bouchard. This might be the place to find that idyllic cottage!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    To get inspired by Oregon's coastal beauty, look no further than these two galleries from our sister site, GORP.com! http://bit.ly/gjflqY http://bit.ly/fNx7Wm
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    It is about 56 miles to McDermiitt, NV from Burns Junction, OR, or about an hour drive, with good traffic conditions and no stops that is.

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