The Eastern Oregon town of Pendleton has a historical past that is alive and well and underground. For this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones take us down below Main Street to the Pendleton Underground Tour.
The 107th Pendleton Round-Up starts next week. The best cowboys and cowgirls in the land will compete in the historic rodeo, which wouldn’t be able to take place if not for the hard work of more than 1,400 volunteers.
For this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Dave Jones meets some of those volunteers and gets his own hands a little dirty too.
Most of us take road maps for granted. It’s easy for today’s travelers to get a clear map to guide them on their way. However, this was not true with early voyagers who had to make their own maps, and one of the most significant chart-making explorers of the 19th century was Captain John C. Fremont, mapping the way for hundreds of thousands of those who came west over the Oregon Trail.
In this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company in Sunriver, Brian Jennings tells the story.
A distillery in Southern Oregon is bringing the all-natural, locally-sourced trend to the liquor business with their own handcrafted spirits made in small batches near Cave Junction.
It’s the route that hundreds of thousands of people took to migrate to the american west in the middle of the 19th century, and today, there is still evidence of the historic Oregon Trail.
For this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company, Brian Jennings takes us on a hike along the path that brought so many pioneers to Oregon and Bend.
The Taylor family has been serving their own special sausage recipes since 1924, when great grandpa Taylor opened a shop in Canada, before settling in the world famous Farmer’s Market in Hollywood in the 1930’s.
The third generation of Taylors moved the family sausage business, Taylor’s Sausage, to Josephine County in Southern Oregon in the 1970’s, and that’s where Central Oregon Daily’s Mackenzie Wilson caught up with the fourth generation of Taylors for this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford.
There’s a pasta place in Portland that is so popular, they’re taking their handcrafted dishes across the world. Grassa already has two locations in Portland and the fresh pasta they serve up will soon be served in Japan at a third location.
For this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Mackenzie Wilson got behind the line at Grassa with the owner for a hands on lesson in what makes their artisan pasta so special.