With the election behind us and the fall crush successfully wrapped, this is the perfect month to unwind and enjoy Oregon Bounty’s Winemaker Dinners. Or, make your way to Oregon’s wine country over Thanksgiving weekend, when more than 120 tasting rooms will be open and buzzing.

Speaking of Thanksgiving, make sure to check out this month’s recipe and treat yourself (and your guests) to an Oregon-inspired dish of deliciousness. And don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a Deschutes River fly-fishing vacation.

See you in Oregon, where we’re prepping for ski season!

~The Editors

About the Author: Mo Sherifdeen

Mo is Travel Oregon's content publisher and loves to hike the forests and mountain trails of Oregon with his wife, daughter and dog. He is also known for getting lost inside a maze of books at Powell’s, sipping an IPA (or two) and seeking the best fish 'n chips along the Oregon Coast.

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  1. liz lusczek says…

    Our visit to Oregon is over… we were there Sept. 4 to 16th… we enjoyed every minute of the trip, even the 3,000 miles that we drove just in your state alone…. from the coast to Hells Canyon and back…. thank you for all the info you have sent….. we do not need any more pamphlets or anything else…. please save them for someone else to enjoy from now on….. we took 1500 digital pictures, one more beautiful than the other… once again, thank you…. Liz

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  2. Rita & David Ross says…

    Thanks you so much for all the information you provided for our two week trip to Oregon from Texas in September. We had a glorious two weeks and no rain! We started in Baker City and visited Hell’s Canyon and the “Joseph loop”. We were a little taken aback by someone pumping our gas! Then we headed for Sister (the loop), Bend (another western loop) and to Crater Lake. Unfortunately there were two forest fires and the lake was smokey so we didn’t stay as long as we would have liked. Then to Klamath Falls, Roseburg, Cottage Grove and over to Bandon and up the coast. We also included Fort Clatsop, Astoria and the Mt. Hood loop. It was all glorious…the mountains, the accessible seashore, the flowers, the friendly people, and of course the shopping! The road signs sometimes are a bit puzzling, but we made it. Thanks again for a wonderful trip. We want to do it again.

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  3. Mike says…

    Love the web site and email updates! Look forward to the seasonal updates…

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  4. D.M.Price says…

    My wife and I enjoyed our vacation in Oregon this past September. The coastline is beautiful–quite a change from the cornfields of Illinois! Thank you to all the friendly folks we met along the way and thanks TRAVEL OREGON for your help in planning our trip.

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  5. Ashley Moran says…

    The new blog looks great!! Nice work, Travel Oregon! I will be reading it daily.

    -Ashley

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  6. Melody Gillard-Juarez says…

    We hope you will save the date of Saturday, July 25, 2009 and come to Bandon for the second annual Bandon “Golf for Health” Classic — a charitable tournament benefiting Southern Coos Health Foundation. Four-person Scramble at Bandon Crossings Golf Course in Bandon, OR. This 18-hole championship course has been voted one of the top 10 new golf courses in the U.S.! Awards BBQ to follow (included). Hole in One Contest. Million Dollar Shot Contest. Proceeds will build the Foundation’s capacity to advance quality local health care in Bandon.

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