Oregon’s terrain along the coastline is similar to California with arches along the beaches, animals such as seals, sea lions and sharks found in the Bay Area. However, it’s a lot colder with temperatures reaching 27-33 degrees Fahrenheit and snow in central Oregon and some along the coastal cities.

I plan my route to go through central Oregon to tour some of the epic trails along Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. I made it a point to view some of the famous waterfalls Oregon is known for such as Romona Falls and Multnomah Falls.

Before I enter Oregon, I drive through Interstate 5 and stop in Northern California with conditions similar to Oregon giving indications to what to expect entering Oregon.

I make it the following day after a tour of Mount Shasta, California to see the snow, mountain top and the active volcano.

Mount Shasta

Mount Shasta was gorgeous and this was the first time seeing snow this season. The weather in the Bay Area is around 52-57 degrees which doesn’t provide conditions cold enough to snow (which is a good thing). This was also, Daisy’s (my 2 year old English bulldog pictured below) first time experiencing the white fluffy stuff.

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Here’s a view of Shasta and Cascades from my drone’s camera. I had to stop and film on our way up. Hope you enjoy.

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