Sarah Greenbaum Travel Articles
Ships Ahoy! Bound for Never-Never Land – Mexico &Caribbean – Odds’n’Ends
Sarah Greenbaum goes where calories mean nothing, cash is nonexistent, and the
bingo is non-stop: a 6-day cruise.
48 Hours on Another Planet (1 of 2) – Alpha Farm, Deadwood
Even a jaded New Yorker like Sarah Greenbaum finds much at a communal farm in
rural Oregon. Alpha and its people weather time and trouble, and keep going.
Baker City, Sumpter, Halfway – Rural Oregon Travel Guide …
In her first entry Sarah Greenbaum crosses the Cascades into Eastern Oregon,
where little-visited but friendly towns await.
Tillamook – Tillamook County – Rural Oregon Travel Guide
Head up the coast, or just west from Portland, to visit the cheesiest town in Oregon.
Columbia River Gorge & Hood River – Rural Oregon Travel Guide
From amazing microbrews to more waterfalls than you have film in your camera, a
drive through the Columbia River Gorge is mandatory, says Sarah Greenbaum.
Highway 99E: Aurora & Oregon City
Just off the interstate is Oregon almost like it was when the first settlers came
in the 1800s.
McKenzie Highway – Lane County, Western Oregon
Winding with the McKenzie River through Lane County, a drive down this highway
proves that it's the journey, not the destination that matters.
Mount Hood Highway, U.S. 26 – Clackamas & Multnomah Counties …
Take the long road to the tallest mountain, eat the best pizza this side of NYC,
and stop in a place so Boring they had to make it the name.
Grants Pass, Wolf Creek, Sunny Valley, Jacksonville – Josephine …
Near the California line, go west from Medford for what these small towns offer:
history, calm, few people, but good hospitality.
Ships Ahoy! Bound for Never-Never Land
Ships Ahoy! Bound for Never-Never Land The funniest thing about going on a cruise is the inevitable question people ask when you get back: “How was it?” I wonder: Are they serious? After I returned from a week on the high seas, my stock answer soon became: “It was just like the commercials.” People wanted […]