The Beaver State
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The state of Oregon has some very interesting facts and now you will learn about some of them. The state of Oregon has an amazing governor, his name is John Kitzhaber. He takes care of his state and does not want anything to bad happen to his state. He focuses on keeping his state clean and safe. The state flower is the Oregon grape for its amazing beauty. It has a thin stem, a tall top and beautiful purple leaves. The state bird of Oregon is the jaw dropping Western Meadowlark. In my opinion ...view middle of the document...
Oregon’s climate is cold compared to Yuma and here comes some facts. Oregon’s average heat is something that I consider cold. Summer averages in Oregon is 80 degrees now that’s one cold summer. Now winter things get cold shriving at a solid 50 degrees now that’s cool. Oregon only has two types of precipitation and they are rain and water from the sea and lakes. The average amount of precipitation a year is 36in. a year.
Oregon is ranked the 9th largest state in the United States. Oregon is one big state, exactly 98,386 square miles. Oregon has an amazing location right by the Pacific Ocean. The Pacific Ocean is a beautiful place to go. Mount Hood is an amazing mountain; it has the highest point in the state 11,249 feet, just right for a family hike. The Columbia River Gorge is a beautiful mountain to climb or to have a nice work out. The Columbia River Gorge is one of the most famous landmarks in Oregon; it is also the only sea level beach along the whole entire thing. The Blue–Wallowa Mountains has a collection of ranges, starting from the Ochoco Mountains to the Northern Blues on the Oregon Washington border. Oregon is known for its forests where about 1/10 of the nation's timber resides. In fact, Oregon is the leading provider of lumber in the United States.
One thing that I think is interesting is how many live in just people one state. The estimated population in Oregon is 3,899,353 making Oregon the 27th most populated state in the United States. The five most populated cities are...