Weird Oregon: Your Travel Guide to Oregon's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Weird Oregon Your Travel Guide to Oregon s Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets The Pacific Northwest teems with colorful history and unique legends and this tour of the Beaver State is no exception Check out the gas station restroom that looks like cowboy boots as you search the

  • Title: Weird Oregon: Your Travel Guide to Oregon's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets
  • Author: Al Eufrasio Mark Moran Mark Sceurman Jefferson D. Davis
  • ISBN: 9781402754661
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Weird Oregon: Your Travel Guide to Oregon's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

    The Pacific Northwest teems with colorful history and unique legends and this tour of the Beaver State is no exception Check out the gas station restroom that looks like cowboy boots as you search the skies for a man flying across the state in a lawn chair tethered to helium balloons And how about visiting that city in eastern Oregon with a year round population of zerThe Pacific Northwest teems with colorful history and unique legends and this tour of the Beaver State is no exception Check out the gas station restroom that looks like cowboy boots as you search the skies for a man flying across the state in a lawn chair tethered to helium balloons And how about visiting that city in eastern Oregon with a year round population of zero to two, depending on whether anyone gets trapped in the snow Can it get any weirder than this

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    One thought on “Weird Oregon: Your Travel Guide to Oregon's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

    1. Alison

      An entertaining book that lets the reader in on the perculiararities of Oregon. Having recently moved here, it's a nice introduction to local lore. The book covers local legends, ancient mysteries, fabled people and places, beasts, strange properties, roadside oddities, haunted places, cemetaries. Yes, we have our own sitings of Bigfoot and UFOs (even here in Eagle Point). A book you browse through, a coffee table book.

    2. Angie Agerter

      I not only enjoyed the stories in this book, well most of them anyway. :) I also loved that it gave me ideas for day trips, vacations, and weekends away to visit some of these places. It had some fun stuff to visit and I'd love to get photos of. Can't wait to go back through the book and bookmarked the places I want to visit. Love these weird books.

    3. Debee Sue

      Oh my goodness growing up in Oregon sure wish I had this book. But now i am able to go to every place listed. Can you say roadtrip? Weird Oregon is worth grabbing a map, your keys, and family or friends. We just love it.

    4. Rebecca

      Very fun. I wish I could make a pilgrimmage to many, if not all, of these places. If they have one for 'Weird America,' I'm going to look into it.

    5. carolyn

      A collection of weird and wacky tidbits, many of which I was familiar with and many that were new to me. Entertaining and a fast read.

    6. Serena

      My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again

    7. Django

      What an awesome book with everything from a gravestone that reads: "I'll be back in 2 shakes of a lamb's tail", to the legend of Bandage Man!

    8. Jennifer

      As always, I loved the bits of history and odd stories, but was disappointed by the stingy number of location pictures.

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