Blog Posts - Pacific Northwest



The Land of Chief Joseph

The story of this painting, Land of Chief Joseph, by Steve Henderson of Steve Henderson Fine Art: Among the Nez Perce Indians of the Pacific Northwest, there were two Chief Josephs: “Old Chief Joseph,” the father and “Young Chief...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 17, 2014

Old Banking Idea Gives People in the Delta New Hope

What’s happens when a country town goes flat? When all the good jobs leave, and businesses pull up stakes? Banks leave too. Entrepreneur Bill Bynum decided to use his knowledge and expertise to create a credit union for an impoverished delta to...
by Notes On New Orleans on Jan 22, 2014

Nye Beach

The Nye Beach District in Newport, Oregon is about one of the nicest beach communities going. It's small and it consists of tremendous people, restaurants and shops...and, a beach that won't wait!Basically, it's the tourist center of Newport. However...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Jan 19, 2014

Best Beaches

The Nye Beach District in Newport, Oregon is a must place to visit when you come to the Central Oregon Coast. They possess one of the best, most pristine and accessible beaches on the coast not to mention a lot of cool shops, accommodations and resta...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Jan 18, 2014

Seattle In 4×4 Snapshots

Hello from Seattle! It’s been a fun four day getaway, and as we say toodles to Seattle, ironically today is a big game—49ers vs. the Seahawks. (Go Niners!) Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest also happens to be a perfect mix...
by Ramblist on Dec 8, 2013

ODESZA at 1015 Folsom San Francisco January 1, 2014

ODESZA is a production duo made up of Harrison Mills (Catacombkid) and Clayton Knight (BeachesBeaches) based out of the Pacific Northwest. They met their senior year of college and decided to spend the summer as recent graduates collaborating on an &...
by Promotion Xpress's Blog on Dec 6, 2013

Homeless man brings people to tears with music | Watch the video – Yahoo News

He’s never studied music, and indeed, can’t read a note. It comes to him down in his soul – a true gift from God… Click on the image to hear him…  Filed under: Daily Posts on Life Tagged: ABC News, Arts, Homelessness, J...
by Thomas Rydder, writer on Dec 4, 2013

Fakta Unik Kimia (2)

Kembali lagi dengan fakta unik kimia. Dan kali ini fakta unik yang telah berhasil saya kumpulkan antara lain :   1. Unsur Termahal Unsur Californium adalah zat yang paling mahal di dunia (sebanyak $ 68 juta untuk satu gram.) Unsur Californium adalah...
by Bisakimia on Dec 3, 2013

Yaquina Bay Bridge

The Yaquina Bay Bridge on Highway 101 on the Oregon Coast, in Newport is some seventy seven years old. It is one of the most recognizable bridges in Oregon and certainly one of the most photographed. I shot it from the Historic Bayfront District rath...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 30, 2013

Fishing Boats

When you visit the Oregon Coast and Newport a must thing to do is to check out the fishing boats in Yaquina Bay.It is the largest fishing fleet in Oregon and consists of hundreds upon hundreds of boats of all sizes. The photos here were taken wi...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 29, 2013

The Victorian Seaport of Port Townsend

I was born in the beautiful emerald state of Washington, outside of Seattle, but moved before I could absorb my surroundings and tuck them into my pocket. The Pacific Northwest is still in my blood and I periodically hear my name echoing through the...
by American Small Towns on Nov 25, 2013

Wall Murals

Visiting the Newport, Oregon Historic Bayfront is a real treat. It has a lot of history dating back to the 1800's and, is home to Oregon's largest fishing fleet.Although, the fishing industry dominates much of the Bayfront, there are all kinds of nea...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 22, 2013

Yachats Oregon

If you ever visit the town of Yachats on the Oregon Coast a must place to visit is the "Little Log Church By The Sea". It looks small from the outside but that is a little deceiving...once you get inside there is more room than you think. Beside...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 19, 2013

Waldport Oregon

Waldport, Oregon is sixteen miles south of Newport. It's a cool little community with a little over 2000 folks.It occupies both sides of Alsea Bay which has a beautiful bridge...a bridge which is a mix of nostalgic and new.As Oregon Coastal communiti...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 18, 2013

Cafe Mundo Newport

Since moving to Newport, Oregon I have been impressed with just about everything in this small coastal community. However, something that really has stood out, other than great restaurants and people, is the art.And, one may find some cool...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 15, 2013

Things To Do In Newport Oregon | Nye Beach

I have been absent from my blog for awhile. Made a big change..."moved my cheese" from Oregon City to Newport, Oregon on the Oregon Coast. A whole new world of photography has opened up for me and I will start out my posting some very early morning...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Nov 11, 2013

I Am a Park Ranger: Video from Behind the Federal Shutdown's Locked NPS Gates

During the federal government shutdown, I've been frustrated by those US citizens who say  that it's their right to trespass on national park lands that are currently closed. Cloaked in blustery self-righteous indignation, many of these trespass...
by The Indie Traveler on Oct 16, 2013

The Deschutes Brewery Tour: Hoppy Beer at its Finest

If I learned two things on my tour of Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon, it’s this: Deschutes makes some really fantastic beer, but don’t call them a microbrewery. They are, in fact, the fifth largest Regional Craft Brewery in the countr...
by Tripologist on Oct 14, 2013

Need More Traffic For Your Business? 5 Way Internet Marketing Can Help

The latest from Rabid Office Monkey:Internet traffic can help many business websites seal the deal on transactions, inquiries, or networking possibilities. However, the only way anyone will view your website is if it attracts people to it through pro...
by Rabid Office Monkey on Sep 26, 2013

New Bigfoot Map Details Sightings

So you want to hunt Bigfoot, but don’t know where to start? Try reading a book! No, but seriously, it seems as though a doctoral candidate has plugged in Bigfoot sightings from the past 100 years into a computer, and generated a map of all of t...
by The Occult Section on Sep 20, 2013


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