Articles by Andrea Hartman

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Skiing in a Winter Wonderland (that’s colder than cold!!) at Willamette Pass

January 29th, 2008

Like the typical genius I am, I waited till the coldest day in North America to go skiing up at my beloved Willamette…

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Over the River and Through the Woods, to Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm We Go!

December 10th, 2007

Eager to jump in to the highly-anticipated holiday season, my roommate and I decided that December 1 would be the day…

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Pure Pleasure…A Relaxing Hike 10 Minutes Outside of Eugene

November 14th, 2007

If you’re like me, it’s easy to fall into the mindset that finding time for a fun outdoor adventure on a…

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Apple of My Eye: Fall Harvest Days in Harrisburg, Oregon

October 12th, 2007

From the sight of orange pumpkins and red leaves to the feeling of cool air on my face, fall has long been my favorite…

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About Author Andrea Hartman

Andrea Hartman was born in the town of Aberdeen, WA, where she spent exactly three and a half months of her life. A military brat until middle-school age, Andrea spent her growing up days in the likes of Sabine Pass, TX (population: 990), New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area and a few medium-sized towns in-between. When her family settled down in Oregon after their military adventures, Andrea attended high school, college (Go Ducks!) and even got her first "real job" in Eugene, Oregon. When she married a fellow Oregonian, the deal was sealed: Oregonian for life. Andrea can confidently say she has been there, done that, when it comes to the other 49 states, and knows for certain that Oregon rocks. Andrea spends her spare time making care packages for her husband, who's currently stationed in Iraq, honing her knitting skills, and of course traipsing around the great state we call home. Her favorite things to do include taking fall walks, reading at her favorite coffee shops, visiting wineries and skiing at Willamette Pass. She thinks someday she might sum up the courage to be a runner too. In between weekends you'll find her at the Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County (CVALCO), where she helps peddle Lane County to tourists through the national media.

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