Start getting in the Holiday spirit this November with all of the fun activities available this month in Portland!Read More
I've been wanting to go to Astoria for months and months as a day trip from either Portland or Manzanita. It is only about an hour from Manzanita, and about 1.5 hours drive from Portland. Astoria is located right off the coast on the Oregon side of the Columbia River and is the cutest little town full of historic shops, restaurants, breweries and sight-seeing.Read More
June is one of my favorite months of the year because it signifies the start of summer! I'm looking forward to spending lots of time outside and taking in as much of the amazing city of Portland as possible. Here are all of the events that I'm looking forward to this month!Read More
It is clear that winter has hit Portland in full force! Two snow storms (before January!!), the holidays are almost over, and cold days are the norm. Portland is jam packed with fun things to do during the summer, but there are activities that are only possible, or most fun, in winter. Here are 5 can't miss activities to do this winter!Read More
If there are two things that Portlanders love, they are sunshine and beer. We have the most breweries per capita in the country, and we pack the warm months full of fun festivals and events. We combine our two greatest loves with countless beer festivals during the summer- you could probably find one every weekend if you try hard enough!Read More
Portland is known for having great beer and breweries, so this past Saturday we organized a small brew tour through Northwest Portland.
Stop 1: Lucky Lab
Lucky Lab has multiple locations in Portland, but my favorite is located right in my hood, on 19th and Quimby. My favorite aspect is the great outdoor patio, which encourages customers to bring their furry friends for a beer and pizza. I love getting to see all the dogs, and the atmosphere is the perfect spot to hang out with a group of friends on a sunny day.
The Oregon Coast is different than any other beach I've been to in the most special way. The towns are always sleepy and quaint, full of coffee shops, cute little stores, and a few local restaurants. The people are kind, the weather is temperate, and the sound of the ocean is gentle and soothing.Read More
Even though Hood River is only about a 45 minute drive from Portland, I haven't been since I was a child. I decided that needed to change, so David and I took a day trip to get out of the city and see something new.Read More