Expert Travel Advice to Oregon

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  • 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.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    The distance from Burns to Burns Junction is about 92 miles. I hope this helps!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    We raised 4 sons and ther favorite vacations were on the Oregon Coast! There favorite beaches were Cannon Beach with the tide pools at hay stack rock and Florence beach sand dune buggie rides. Take the 5 passenger dunebuggie ride! You have a driver and they are always entertaining and the ride is incredible! Seaside was the best beach because it is a gentle slooping beach and had a lot of sand dollars wash up on shore. Tillemook Oregon is a great place to visit the Tillemook Cheese factory and watch them make cheese and then get a big two scoop ice cream cone from their dining facility. Tillemook also has a great Air Museum if your boys love airplanes. Have a great time because no matter where you go there is something wonderful to do!
  • 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!

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