The Great Oregon Road Trip of 2013

More Great Oregon Road trip posts.

In an effort to stay connected with my family (and refresh my Aussie accent), we make an effort to head home to Australia every other year. In the off year, members of my family will travel to Oregon. Usually it’s my Mum and sometimes my Dad comes as well. If we’re lucky we get an unplanned visit or two from my brother, Ben, and his family. (Note to my brother Jono: It’s been too long).

Between everyone we have averaged about one or two visits from family or friends each year – which means many, many visits to the Rose Gardens,¬†Multnomah Falls and Cannon Beach. I think it’s safe to say that, as tour guides, we have covered the Portland Metro area and then some.

This year, when my parents came to visit, we decided to get out of the city and explore areas a few areas of Oregon that we hadn’t seen before. And, while we’re at it, why not cross over the border into Northern California?

So, in August, all six of us piled into the mini van and embarked on a ten day sightseeing tour of Southern Oregon. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll share photos and details of our trip including where we stayed and what we saw – the successes and the things we probably wouldn’t bother with if we did it again.

I’ll start the adventure with a map of our trip – all 840 miles (1352 Km) of it…

Oregon Road Trip Map 2013

…and a few photos of the drive down through the high desert to our first stop in Sunriver.

Coming soon: I hate mosquitos but love a good Water Park… and Volcanos!

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