As the opener of my Oregon Tour series, this post will be mostly about Oregon, and we’ll get to the cities and parks later. Oregon was the 33rd state of the Union, admitted on February 14, 1859. It is the 10th biggest state, at 95,997 square miles. The Columbia Gorge is considered one of the best places to windsurf in the world. It has 55 ghost towns, the country’s largest number. Oregon also has the most photographed lighthouse in the USA, in Lane County. Mount Tabor in Portland is one of the only volcanoes in the USA within the limits of a city. Pilot Butte, a cinder cone volcano is also in the limits of Bend. Eugene is one of the best places in the United States to bike, according to Bicycling Magazine. If you find any other facts about Oregon, please send me a comment below.
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You forgot that the Oregon State Beavers are the best team in the state of Oregon to me😁🏈 You are a great blogger and congrats on 2nd place.
I was so thrilled to see your post about Oregon! I’m waiting with anticipation for your next blog posts. I had no idea that we have 55 ghost towns. Wow, that’s a lot of empty and abandoned towns. I do enjoy watching the windsurfers in the Columbia Gorge. Have you ever tried windsurfing?
Thanks for starting this new research,
Hi Ethan I really liked your post because you gave information about Oregon it must be a great state to live in.I wish I could live in Oregon because the way you expressed it it may be awesome.I wonder what is your favorite state.
I’m excited to learn more about Oregon through your blog. One of my favorite places in Oregon is Hood River. You also mentioned Mt. Tabor. I think that the view from the top of Mt. Tabor is one of the best in the city. What is your favorite place in Oregon?
Hey Ethan, very interesting post, only to continue!