Synopses & Reviews
Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether youre a visitor or a local looking for something different, let Oregon Off the Beaten Path show you the Beaver State you never knew existed. Walk in the footsteps of Chief Joseph along the Nee-Me-Poo Trail. Give yurt camping a try at the Nehalem Bay State Campgrounds. Or unleash your inner cowboy at the Wilson Ranches Retreat, where you can hike, 4-wheel, or saddle up. So if youve been there, done that” one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path.
With this attractive and easy-to-use guide in hand youll discover the Oregon you never knew existed. Nine maps and thirteen black-and-white illustrations help you become acquainted with this unknown Oregon.
About the Author
Myrna Oakley has traveled the byways of the Pacific Northwest for decades, always with a camera in hand and an inquisitive eye for natural and scenic areas, inns, gardens, and places with historical character. She is the author of several Off the Beaten Path® books and teaches about the business of freelance writing, novel writing, and travel writing at local colleges and universities in the Portland environs. Myrna lives in Fairview, Oregon.