Culture/History, Food/Travel

A Logger’s Life

  STORY AND PHOTOS COURTESY RANDY CORRIGAN The author reminisces about adventures with his grandpa as he worked logging operations on the coast and beyond. Not a word to your mother about this,” Grandpa Charlie said to me as we walked across a log raft on the Willamette River at […]


North Coast Food Trail

THOSE WHO FOLLOW the North Coast Food Trail find a bevy of delights for the senses, and best of all, the self-guided tour allows followers to choose their own foodie adventures. The trail begins in Seaside, journeys south throughout the Tillamook Bay area, and ends in Lincoln City. Destination options […]

FLORENCE, Food/Travel

48 Hours in Florence

Florence—like the Italian city of the same name—is an inspirational location. For evidence of this fact, look no further than the best-selling science-fiction book of all time, Dune, by Frank Herbert. Back in 1959, Herbert was on assignment to write an article about the Oregon dunes. He became so mesmerized […]