... Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state.
... Oregon exists in two time zones, Pacific and Mountain Times.
With mountains, volcanoes, deep rainforests, valleys, and diverse flora and fauna, it’s no surprise that people have inhabited Oregon for over 15,000 years. Today, Oregon is home to 4.2 million people and has a median household income of $60,212. This puts the state in 18th place in the rankings for median household income, which isn’t surprising given its varied economic sectors.
Oregon’s economy is characterized by fishing, logging, manufacturing, exports, high tech, engineering, and tourism. Major crops of Oregon include hazelnuts, wine grapes, cranberries, blueberries, and corn.
Major employers include Intel, Nike, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo, Columbia Sportswear, Boeing, Fisher Investments, Salesforce, AirBnB, ZoomInfo, and many more.
The best way to check out the best of Oregon is to get weird with the locals. Check out the UFO Festival in McMinnville, a great event in May that features just about everything related to aliens, UFOs, and outer space. Is the truth out there? Come down to McMinnville and find out!