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The best golfing can be found on the Oregon Coast. Book your trip and tee time today.
Be sure to mark you calendar for May 16, 2015, and join us for a Whale of a Wine Fest. This event will be held at the Event Center on the Beach in Gold
As a flight nurse in Redding, CA and an ER nurse in Coos Bay, OR, I traveled weekly between the two for almost 3 years. On one very rare day off, I was
I see many posts speculating on what happened to the Pixie Kitchen. I worked there from age 14, in the early 1970's, until age 22 - when I graduated from
The Oregon beach front from Seven Devils area to the north to the Chetco area to the south can be very good gold recovery areas. I live in Gold Beach
My style of photography is Creative Photojournalism. The photos are a lively and colorful representation of unique angles, beautiful people, and behind
All about me and my love for the Oregon coast. How I turned that passion into my own small business.
I have many wonderful memories of thr Pixie Kitchen in Lincoln City, OR. The mirrors as you entered, studying the seascapes in the tabletops and watching
It's that delicious time of the year once again where the amazing Chowder Cook-Off comes to the Tanger Outlets in Lincoln City on the central Oregon coast.
On Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8th and 9th, for a measly $5 a day, you can come and experience the chowder competition, local beers and wines, and live entertainment and music.
I've attended this Oregon coast Chowder Cook-Off before and absolutely love it. What's better than fresh-from-the-ocean seafood chowders?? Not too much!!
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Visit the Oregon Coast Farmers Markets up and down the coastline for fresh produce, organically grown, seafood, meats and much more.