In Oregon, seafood is more than pretty fish on ice in a supermarket case. Here, we get to pull it directly from the ocean, dig it from a beach, or pluck it from a bay. Want to taste Oregon? Rent a skiff and a few crab rings, hop on a charter boat, or just stop by a bayside fishmonger to see what came in that day. There are 363 miles of Oregon coast to explore, and lots of fine inns and hotels along the way.
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You can absolutely visit both the waterfalls and then make the "loop" around the mountain to visit Mt. Hood thanks to extended summer daylight hours, or if you plan on getting an early start. I would suggest taking I-84 east, then taking the Corbett exit to join the historic highway. While most people start in Troutdale, you really won't be missing any of the major sights, and this will save yo…