There are many unique things about Oregon.
For example, the state has a “silent rock”—legend says you must not speak or play music while driving past it. Oregon is known for its forests and ocean views, but there is actually a forest within the ocean.
The town of Boring, Oregon, has sister cities of Dull, Scotland, and Bland, Australia. It has been proven that money does grow on trees in Oregon.
There is a tuff ring from an ice age lake bed in the state. Also, Oregon has many credits to its name including Bing cherries, tater tots, marionberries, and the Phillips-head screwdriver.
Join author Margaret LaPlante and discover the things that make Oregon unique.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Margaret LaPlante is a historian living in southern Oregon. She has written many books, magazine articles, and short stories on the history of Oregon.