Photo Journal: Road trips through Central Oregon and the Coast

_MG_0777About two months ago Ben and I packed up our things and drove our two cars 19 hours from Portland to Boulder, with 1 overnight stop at a very Mormon household in Idaho that we booked last minute through Airbnb. While I’m super happy to be in Colorado again- it feels SO GOOD to be home- I’m looking back through my archives of images from Oregon, thinking “damn, what a gorgeous place”. It really has so many stunning natural features that even after 10 months of actively attempting to visit them all, I still only managed to visit a fraction.

In our last month, we took a couple of road trips to hit some places on our bucket list such as the Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Corridor on the southern Oregon Coast- which was INCREDIBLE- as well as some more central places such as the Skylight Cave, hot springs, waterfalls, and of course- Crater Lake.

Road tripping and camping are equal parts fun and challenging, and consequently I have way too many stories for 1 blog post on these places and the hiccups and sweet moments along the way…

But I hope the photos will be enough to ignite your imagination. If you want to know specifically where any place is, just let me know and I’ll be happy to share my secrets!

Enjoy 🙂


2 thoughts on “Photo Journal: Road trips through Central Oregon and the Coast

  1. This is one of my favorite post, on my bucket list Oregon in among the top ones. Luckily for me, you are exploring and giving me the magical side of this beautiful state.


    • Yay I’m so glad you liked it! Oregon is AMAZING but I’m now realizing how much Colorado has to offer too. And there is so much more explore! In the different seasons too 🙂 ❤


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