Central Oregon Life and Style
After a day of hitting the slopes, trekking trails or sledding down hills, warm up with a hot drink in front of the tavern’s large rock fireplace.
After careers in beverage sales, wine distribution and brand marketing, Duane and Dina Barker planted wine grapes on their land east of Bend.
Local Bend chefs shared some of their favorite holiday meals with us—dishes they make at home, and if we’re lucky, may share at their restaurants this festive season.
Have you ever dreamed of being a forest ranger or a fire lookout? Even if you never made that career happen, you can play make-believe with renting a forest lookout or ranger cabin for an overnight adventure.
Given Central Oregon’s outdoorsy cred, it is only fitting that someone from the area actually made it onto the series.
The Willamette Pass area has it all: sno-parks, snowmobile trails, a ski resort, overnight lodging and restaurants, plus a whole lot of wild places.
In the best of circumstances, the road to homeownership can be complex, and the day the keys are finally handed over can be life changing.
Last winter’s fury left many of us wishing we’d been better prepared. This year, season-proof your yard and garden before deep winter hits.
With more time at home over the past eighteen months, Central Oregon homeowners are looking at their environments with fresh eyes.
A visit to downtown Bend’s Smith Rock Records is an experience rife with nostalgia as customers step into a space packed with new and used vinyl albums, CDs and cassette tapes.
Sometimes when there’s a product we wish existed, but can’t find, we settle for less. But what if it’s for something as personal as your skin?