**updated : September, 2022**
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**Special Note : Because flying into Seattle cost about half as much as flying into Portland, we flew into Seattle, rented a car to drive down to Oregon, explored for the weekend, and drove back to Seattle before flying home again. If you're able to, we highly recommend flying into Portland to get a little more time to explore the "Beaver State."
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We're Deborah & Tyler, a pretty average husband and wife duo from a pretty average state that didn't want to live so averagely. After our *Covid wedding we sold everything that didn't fit into the Jeep and moved to Alaska, then decided to take a gap year!
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