My Travels: Oregon
A month ago I had the opportunity to go to the west coast and explore a terrain completely different from the one I know. It was full of mountains, pine trees, and waayyy too many turns in the roads.
I made a quick video of all the things I did while I was out there! Then, check out the pictures below!
7am over Florida. Best way to see the sunrise.
On the way to Mt. St. Helens on the first day of my trip.
This is the best photo I think I've ever taken and I am super proud of it. That day out by Mt. St. Helens was probably my favorite of all the trip. If this picture doesn't capture how beautiful this mountain is, then I don't know what does.
This is an averaged size dinner plate. That is a cinnamon bun that same size as the dinner plate. Enough said.
I thought I would show you a picture of me so you could see that I was actually there.
This was my first time seeing a starfish in real life and was able to touch it! It's definitely not soft and squishy like you expect.
Cannon Beach. Not quite like the beaches I'm used to but still just as lovely.
~~~Ignore the finger in frame~~~
Yes my friends, that is snow. In June. Mt. Hood is the only place where you can ski year round since it always has snow on it.
Multnoma Falls. If you used to be a big Twilight fan you might recognize this from the first movie. #FunFact
Taken at the Portland Rose Garden. I'm a huge lover of flowers so I was in my heaven here.
Shakespeare Garden in the Portland Rose Garden.
Being up in an airplane was magnificent and I loved being able to see the world beneath me. This trip opened my eyes to the world around me and I can't wait to see more of it.
Share some of your adventures with me and let me know some of the best places to go visit! I need to make my bucket list a little longer. :)