Thursday, March 12, 2009

Northwest Travel Guide and Oregon Coast Travel

Two of the many travel sites associated with our Online Highways / US History travel project are Northwest Magazines and Oregon Coast Travel. The Northwest Travel website and printed magazine offer detailed insider information about the attractions, history, and the people of the Pacific Northwest where the sand, sea, mountains and people have carved out many lives with thousands of stories you'll find interesting beautiful, and inspiring.

Oregon Coast Travel. is based on the printed Mile by Mile Guide to Highway 101, one of Oregon's most popular travel publications with stories and detailed directions to hundreds of coastal points of interest, hotels, restaurants, and much more.

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