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A Local’s Guide To Florence, Oregon

The Oregon coast has a rugged, wild beauty that is unparalleled to any other beach in the nation. While there are numerous beautiful beach towns that line Oregon’s coast, Florence is one of my absolute favorites. Situated between miles of sand dune and the Siuslaw River, Florence may not be the most popular or touristy costal town, but it holds a special place in my heart. 

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Oregon Wine Country Escape to Vivid Vineyards Cottage

A huge perk of living in and around Portland is the availability of numerous activities or escapes just a short drive from the city. When I want to get away without going far, Oregon wine country is my go-to destination. In less than an hour, I can exchange city commotion for country serenity as I sip a glass of world-class wine and marvel at the beauty of the surrounding vineyards and green, rolling hillsides.
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The Best Places In The World To Whale Watch

Getting a glimpse of the world’s largest mammals breach the ocean’s surface is a thrilling and unforgettable experience. Fortunately, spotting these sublime sea creatures is merely a matter of being in the right place at the right time. Therefore, planning is of the utmost importance when it comes to a successful whale watching trip. While you can join whale watching tours in over 119 countries, below are 7 of the top places in the world to go whale watching. READ MORE

Oregon’s Best Vacation Rentals And Retreats

Considering the quirkiness and diversity of Oregon’s residents, it’s no surprise that Oregon is also home to some beautiful and unique AirBnbs and vacation rentals. If you’re planning a trip to the Pacific Northwest, save yourself the research and check out these awe-inspiring retreats for a getaway you won’t soon forget. 

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Things To Do in Boise: A Boise, Idaho Travel Guide

Boise may not be a typical vacation destination, and most may not know much about the city except that it’s the capital of Idaho, or that the football field has blue turf. However, there’s a lot more to Boise than you may realize. unbeknownst to visitors, Boise boasts a growing brewery scene, as well as a nearby wine country and growing urban wine trail. While the city is still small by comparison, Boise is quickly growing and developing a unique culture while maintaining its small town roots. If, by chance, you find yourself visiting the “City of Trees”, below are some of the best places to eat and drink in my hometown, Boise:

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