Monthly Archives: October 2010

Starvation Heights

Starvation Heights is the true story of Dr. Linda Burfield Hazzard and her many victims, with special emphasis on the ordeal suffered by Dorothea and Claire Williamson. Continue reading

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Pumpkin Funland at Rasmussen Farm

Picking your own pumpkin is only part of the fun at Rasmussen Farm’s Pumpkin Funland. Other events include a corn maze, a Halloween Hut, and a local farmer’s market. Continue reading

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Pumpkin Funland II

Picking your own pumpkin is only part of the fun at Rasmussen Farm’s Pumpkin Farmland. Other events include a corn maze, Halloween Hut, and local farmer’s market. Continue reading

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A Historic Walk Through the Alphabet District

The Alphabet District is one of Portland’s oldest neighborhoods. Better known to locals as Portland’s “Nob Hill” or simply Northwest Portland, this historic neighborhood is home to an incredible number of beautful old houses. Continue reading

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Things That Go Bump in the Night!

In addition to the Haunted Tour Guide, Jefferson Davis has written six other books about paranormal activity in the Pacific NW. Continue reading

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Onion Bar and Grill

The folks at the Onion Bar and Grill in downtown Spokane, WA, have been serving great-tasting burgers and fries since 1978. Continue reading

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Outdoor Sculpture Court

The Evan H. Roberts Memorial Sculpture Mall is located on the east side of the Portland Art Museum. Visitors will find about a dozen sculptures featured here by some of the Pacific NW’s finest artists. Continue reading

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View from Otter Crest

The Otter Crest Scenic Viewpoint, also called Cape Foulweather, is the best lookout on the Oregon Coast. Otter Crest is also a popular whale-watching site. Continue reading

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