The team at Travel Oregon is very excited to unveil the Spring/Summer 2008 issue of Travel Oregon magazine. Inside you’ll find gorgeous photography and great stories about white water river rafting, organic craft beer, horsemanship, this year’s Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene, and so much more. Also, you’ll find the fourth-annual Golf in Oregon guide, which features 166 course listings as well as in-depth profiles on some of our more famous places to play.

Emily Aanderud, Travel Oregon magazine’s fabulous editor, decided to share a few thoughts on the new issue:

As I sit here flipping through our Spring & Summer 2008 issue of Travel Oregon magazine, I remember all the great behind-the-scenes adventures of the last few months.

When the Nelscott Reef Tow-in Classic got the green light, I raced to Lincoln City to watch big wave surfers from all over the world tackle gargantuan 40-foot waves.


Then there was the time I tried to make the soup recipe from this issue’s Farmers’ Market story. Let’s just say I’ll stick to eating (not re-creating) chef Scott Dolich’s delicious Park Kitchen cuisine.

Travel Oregon’s art director was in on some fun, too. Nickie (she’s the one smiling big on page 23) got to raft the Rogue River with our writer and photographer. She came back to the office with hilarious stories of the writer who kept whacking her with an oar.

Sometimes I wonder if my bosses will catch on that work equals play for me. Until then, I’m off to hit the links. Research, of course…

See you in Oregon!
-Emily

P.S. Send me a note and let me know what you think of the new issue!

Order your complimentary copy of Travel Oregon magazine here, and start planning your own Oregon adventure!

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  1. Ann Westergaard says…

    Five senior ladies are planning a trip to Oregon from Greensboro, N.C. to visit family in Bend, Or.
    July 17 – July 23, 2008.

    We will fly into Portland and want to see the Oregon Coast before driving to Bend. We will be in Bend 3 nights. We will drive back to Portland to catch a plane on July 23 by a different route. Have thought about spending the last night in Timerline Hotel at Mt. Hood.

    Where do you suggest drive on our arrival so that we can see the beautiful coastline before driving to Bend?

    Written on March 3rd, 2008 / Flag this Comment
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