Origin stories: Oregon craft beer, hops and the Brewpub Bill

Did you know that the modern beer scene in Oregon is less than 40 years old? In this post, you can learn why. But first, some news. We are uploading our Mount Hood tour to the app store TODAY!!! The one hour drive from downtown Portland to Timberline Lodge and back gives us more ofContinue reading “Origin stories: Oregon craft beer, hops and the Brewpub Bill”

10 perfect Oregon landscapes by artist Taylor Allen

#1: Cougar Hot Springs off of Highway 126 (featured above) In case you don’t know already, Together Anywhere creates GPS audio driving tours around the state of Oregon. We are three young-ish, new business owners, with lots of dreams and a community of people supporting the dreams. This article is about one specific supporter, aContinue reading “10 perfect Oregon landscapes by artist Taylor Allen”

A history of travel in Oregon: Part Three – the last 100 years on Mount Hood

With the arrival of COVID-19, Together Anywhere is asking, what can we learn from history regarding the transience of our humanity and the way we move about space? What are the benefits of our travel? What are the consequences? How might these answers inform us of where we need to go next? In our last post, we exploredContinue reading “A history of travel in Oregon: Part Three – the last 100 years on Mount Hood”

A history of travel in Oregon: Part Two – Oregon Trail, Mount Hood and the Barlow Road

With the arrival of COVID-19, Together Anywhere is asking, what can we learn from history regarding the transience of our humanity and the way we move about space? What are the benefits of our travel? What are the consequences? How might these answers inform us of where we need to go next? In our lastContinue reading “A history of travel in Oregon: Part Two – Oregon Trail, Mount Hood and the Barlow Road”

A history of travel in Oregon: Part one

COVID-19 has changed the way we move about world. Airplanes are grounded, the cruise ship industry decimated, and buses are empty. People are indoors, using their cars less and they are staying closer to home. Access to travel to the entire world, as it was just prior to COVID-19, has drastically changed. However, when lookingContinue reading “A history of travel in Oregon: Part one”