Lauren Saxton Travel Articles

 
Hot Springs – Eugene, Oregon, USA
Since the western part of Oregon is rich in underground volcanic activity, the state has its fair share of the natural pools, a majority of which are found in the Willamette Valley.
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Holiday Market – Eugene, Oregon, USA
December 2002 Update Eugene, Oregon Travel Guide Holiday Market Shoppers and holiday cheer junkies are on their mark as December arrives and Eugene’s cup of spirit begins to overflow, letting loose a multitude of events. Possibly the most anticipated by locals is the Holiday Market, an indoor holiday-themed craft smorgasbord that is the winter counterpart […]
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Museum of Natural History
Eugene, Oregon Travel Guide Museum of Natural History After the morning routine of peeking one sleepy eye through the blinds hoping for the off chance that a few clouds have declined to take their part in the regular rainy day parade, and realizing that they are all there and accounted for, it is easy to […]
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Picnic Spots – Eugene, Oregon, USA
Picnic Spots Eugene, Oregon Travel Guide Clouds lazily float across a deep blue sky. They are in no rush to get anywhere, and neither are you. A soft breeze skips through the grass, bending each blade consecutively like sports fans doing the wave. In the distance you hear a dog bark, a child’s shriek of […]
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Welcome Back Broadway – Eugene, Oregon, USA
October 2002 Update Eugene, Oregon Travel Guide October, a month that is usually characterized by the approach of dark foreboding clouds and the gradual appearance of umbrellas, was ushered into Eugene with spirit and warmth this year. Eugenians welcomed another wet winter with the grand reopening of Broadway Street, a main thoroughfare in the downtown […]
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Lauren Saxton: BootsnAll Photojournalist
Lauren Saxton: BootsnAll Photojournalist Lauren Saxton BootsnAll Photojournalist Lauren’s keeping track of what’s on for travelers in Eugene, Oregon. Lauren Saxton can boast that she began her journalism career early and in a top position. “In the sixth grade I was the editor of my own paper,” she says of her entry-level newspaper position. “My paper was called the […]
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