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Lisa’s Cheese/Chocolate Cuisinternship: Day Three

Editor’s Note: Our Cheese and Chocolate Cuisinternship Winner, Lisa Graff, recently completed her week long…

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Lisa’s Cheese/Chocolate Cuisinternship: Day Two

written by Lisa Graff, Cheese/Chocolate Cuisinternship Winner on August 23rd, 2010

Editor’s Note: Our Cheese and Chocolate Cuisinternship Winner, Lisa Graff, recently completed her week long…

Lisa’s Cheese/Chocolate Cuisinternship: Day One

written by Lisa Graff, Cheese/Chocolate Cuisinternship Winner on August 16th, 2010

Editor’s Note: Our Cheese and Chocolate Cuisinternship Winner, Lisa Graff, recently completed her week long…

Chocolate, Chocolate and Shakespeare, Oh My!

written by Mikhael Romain on February 19th, 2010

What better way to rejuvenate during these waning winter months than with a quick weekend getaway that promises gourmet…

For the Love of Chocolate – A Guide to Oregon’s Specialty Chocolate Makers

written by Emily Watson on January 29th, 2007

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, no doubt chocolate is on your mind. This year, why not head to a…

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Coastal Mist Chocolate Boutique

210 2nd Street SE Bandon, OR 97411

At Coastal Mist we produce our award winning artisan chocolates and desserts in very small batches using proven old…

Family Man at Post Canyon

Balance Biking in the Gorge

written by Paloma Ayala on April 8th, 2016

Amidst torrential rain, my three-year-old son, Oliver, concentrates on keeping his yellow kite high in the air. He just…

Picnic with the Best Views in Central Oregon

written by Jen Anderson on April 7th, 2016

Whether it’s a simple sandwich or salad or the fanciest charcuterie board, packing a picnic is a relatively easy way…

C’est La Vie Inn, Eugene, Oregon

A Walk on Eugene’s Sweet Life Loop

written by Stephanie Amargi on April 4th, 2016

My favorite way to explore a city is by walking. On foot, I can experience my environment in a way that I can’t…

Is it possible to visit Hood/Gorge and the Coast in two days?

You can absolutely do it! My suggestion would be to drive from Portland to the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Byway. Take in the waterfalls, take in the misty air, take in the probable rain (bring a rain jacket) and then stop for ice cream at EastWind D…
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