One place you should consider adding in your bucket list right now? Oregon.
Located within the United States of America’s Pacific Northwest region, the coastal state of Oregon is an epitome of Mother Nature at its finest.
It’s best known for having no shortage of natural places to go such as the Crater Lake National Park and the International Rose Test Garden, as well as the Siuslaw National Forest in Corvallis, the South Saddle Mountain in Washington, the Threemile Canyon Farm in Boardman, and the Hobbit Beach in Florence. It’s also best known for having no shortage of fun things to do such as trail hiking or river kayaking in Bridal Veil Falls, revisiting history in Astoria Column, and reading books or sipping coffee in Dudley’s Bookshop Café.
Even more so, Oregon is a great place for you to:
Go Wine Tasting
We know how wine keeps us healthy with its immunity properties. We also know how wine keeps us fit with its antioxidant properties. And when you’re travelling, nothing beats having a glass of wine after a long day of going all over the place. That being said, why not go wine tasting? Some of Oregon’s famous wineries include the Red Lily Vineyards in Jacksonville and Chapter 24 Vineyards in Dundee, as well as the King’s Raven Winery along New Era Road and the Christopher Bridge Wines along Casto Road.
Indeed, all these can only be experienced in this coastal state. And indeed, more of these can only be experienced in this coastal state – particularly, when visiting major lakes in Oregon and other bodies of water that represents the state as a whole: a place rich in history and vibrant in culture, no matter how unassuming these characteristics might be at times. But that’s another story for later…