This month, call us your secret travel planner. We’ve got some great ways to impress that someone special on February 14th – and you can take all the credit.

Also, we’re full of spring break ideas for you and the kids, from arcades at the beach to spring skiing at Mt. Bachelor.

Check out our savory recipe of the month starring the Oregon pear as well as our list of outstandingly quirky things to do and places to see all over the state. Ever seen a ball roll uphill?

See you in Oregon, where we’re walking through a dinosaur park.

~The Editors

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