Oregon is famous for rain. Is it true, does it really rain in Oregon as much as it they say? Yes, it does really rain in Oregon as much as they say. In fact, it rains more than we say so we can pull a sick and twisted joke.
A brief introduction of the spirit of Oregon and how that came into play in the design and expansion of the now-iconic Heart in Oregon image. In short, it started East of the Mississippi with a long crooked journey West and the prospects of an even longer one back.
PDX, Portland Airport is the main hub for air travel in and out of Oregon and SW Washington. As far as airports go, it is one of the easiest, friendliest, airports in the country. Prove it? OK, A beer is only $5-$6 with our street-level pricing policy.
Oregon has two distinct sides, the cool, damp, forested westside, and the high, dry, hot eastside. To the west, we have the coast, forest and most of our cites (Portland, Eugene, Astoria. To the east, we have remote, rugged, sunshine and lakes o plenty.