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    Lake Oswego is an affluent suburb located just 9 miles south of Portland. The town is named after the 405-acre Oswego Lake that was once the home of the Clackamas Indians. Homes with looks of Lake Oswego or Lake-shore land are averaged at about $300,000 and the median family income is almost $100,000. Actually Lake Oswego is a confidential lake that is directed by the Lake Oswego Corporation.

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      • Brainstorm NW
        0.32 Km from Lake Oswego
        Brainstorm NW was a magazine published out of Oswego, Oregon. Its motto was "The magazine for northwest decision makers" and it covered political issues, feature stories and art and entertainment. The magazine was politically conservative and published for 12 years starting in 1997 and ending February 2009.
      • Oregon Route 43
        0.69 Km from Lake Oswego
        Oregon Route 43 is an Oregon state highway that runs between the cities of Oregon City and Portland, mostly along the western flank of the Willamette River. While it is technically known by the Oregon Department of Transportation as the Oswego Highway No. 3 (see Oregon highways and routes), on maps it is referred to by its route number or by the various street names it has been given.
      • Oregon Iron Company
        1.33 Km from Lake Oswego
        The Oregon Iron Company was an iron smelting company located in what is now Lake Oswego, Oregon. The company was established in 1865, and in 1867 became the first company west of the Rocky Mountains in the United States to smelt iron. The company failed after a few years, but was reorganized as the Oswego Iron Company in 1878, and again as the Oregon Iron and Steel Company in 1883. With the addition of a larger furnace, the last incarnation of the company prospered, reaching peak production in 1...
      • Portland Aquarium
        4.04 Km from Lake Oswego
        The Portland Aquarium is an 12,500-square-foot (1,160 m2) for-profit aquarium in Oak Grove, Oregon, United States that opened to the public on December 15, 2012.
      • InFocus
        5.82 Km from Lake Oswego
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      • Bridgeport Village (Oregon)
        6.94 Km from Lake Oswego
        Bridgeport Village is a lifestyle center located in Tualatin and Tigard, Oregon, United States, operated by CenterCal Properties. The center opened on May 19, 2005 and is located in one of the Portland metropolitan area's most affluent areas. The center has a variety of services, including valet service, restaurant reservations, a courtesy shuttle to vehicles, and umbrellas available to borrow. The center features a water and fire fountain, and an Italian gazebo and kiosks by Neri.
      • Tualatin Public Library
        7.95 Km from Lake Oswego
        Tualatin Public Library is the library within Washington County Cooperative Library Services serving Tualatin, Oregon. In 2012, The Oregonian reported that nearly 200 volunteers contribute more than 1,000 hours to the library each month.
      • Abernethy Bridge
        8.14 Km from Lake Oswego
        The George Abernethy Bridge, or simply Abernethy Bridge, is a steel plate and box girder bridge that spans the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn, Oregon, United States, and which carries Interstate 205. It is also known as the Oregon City Freeway Bridge and the I-205 Bridge. The bridge was opened on May 3, 1970, at a cost of $15.9 million. It is named for George Abernethy, who was the governor of the Provisional Government of the Oregon Country from 1845 to 1849 and later an Ore...
      • Oregon City Bridge
        8.34 Km from Lake Oswego
        The Oregon City Bridge is a steel through arch bridge spanning the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn, Oregon, United States. Completed in 1922, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built and is owned by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) as part of Oregon Route 43 and is the third southernmost Willamette bridge in the Portland metropolitan area, after the Boone Bridge in Wilsonville and the Oregon 219 bridge near Newberg. The bridge is 745...
      • Oil Can Henry's
        8.99 Km from Lake Oswego
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      • Clackamas
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        Clackamas, OR 97015, USA
      • 1615 SE 3rd Ave #200
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        1615 SE 3rd Ave #200, Portland, OR 97214, USA
      • Hotel Modera
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        Hotel Modera Portland, OR 97201, USA
      • Belmont Inn
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        Belmont Inn 3357 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 97214, USA
      • Hotel Lucia
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        Hotel Lucia Portland, OR 97204, USA
      • Portland Japanese Garden
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        Portland Japanese Garden, 611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205, USA
      • 1 SE 2nd Ave
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        1 SE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA
      • Portland
        A victory for urban planning that hides countless green spaces and easy access to the country amongst a heavy populated center, Oregon’s capital is also known as the ‘City of Roses’, and was – astonishingly – named after developers tossed a coin. Each wanted to name the city after their own hometowns, with the landowner from Portland (Maine) winning a game of luck that prevented Portland form being forever known as Boston instead.

        Aiming to be particularly user-friendly, Portland is arguably a better city to live in than it is to visit, especially given artistic draws like ‘First Thursday’ (when the city’s galleries lay on wine and cheese alongside free entry for the public), but there is plenty to see year round, too. You could hardly hear of Portland without learning of the ample microbreweries, with aptly named spots like the Full Sail Brewing Company (from which you can stare across the river while downing your first pint, watching the sails blast past), or the intriguing and European-influenced brews of Widmer Gasthaus - where the scene seems to grow by the day – the perfect spots to sample.

        The city’s not without its problems – high unemployment and horrendous traffic not least (take the streetcar to avoid the worst of it) - but the vibe is generally pleasant and welcoming. For the more sedate visitor, the rose gardens, or child-friendly spots like the perfect summer heat-killer the Salmon Street Springs might prove more appealing. The ornate attractions of the Chinese Classical Garden bring a taste of the orient, while the entirely handmade Saturday Market is another tempting local draw.

        If you’d prefer to get out of the city, the 200 meter Multnomah Falls make for a scenic picnic spot, while head south-east and you’ll arrive at dozens of vineyards, complete with sample rooms, ideal for exploring on an extensive tour of heading out to under your own steam (don’t forget a designated driver) for a day you’ll be sleeping off all of the following morning.

        All in all, Portland – being the only major city for miles – is likely to feature on any major US itinerary, and charms with its pure livability, though it lacks the headline sights you might be looking for in a short trip.
        Portland, OR, USA
      • 811 E Burnside St #112
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        811 E Burnside St #112, Portland, OR 97214, USA
      • Beaverton
        Beaverton, Oregon is a city 7 miles west of Portland, Oregon and has a population of 89,803 as of 2010. Located in Washington County, Beaverton is the sixth largest city in the state of Oregon.

        Beaverton got its name from a large body of water that was created by beaver dams. Ironically enough there seems to be more nutria than beavers nowadays.

        Nike’s headquarters are located in Beaverton along with Reser’s and Tektronix. All three companies make a huge impact on Beaverton’s economy, as well as other businesses like IBM and Fred Meyer.

        As a suburb of nearby Portland, Beaverton also has a very sophisticated mass transit system which includes buses and a light rail. The buses are run by Trimet as is the MAX (light rail).
        Beaverton, OR, USA

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      Climate near Lake Oswego

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      Graphic showing average weather in Lake Oswego in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 3.9 200.6 39 79
      Feb 5.5 152.1 41.9 59.9
      Mar 7.7 132.1 45.9 52
      Apr 10.5 89.6 50.9 35.3
      May 13.3 71.5 55.9 28.1
      Jun 16 48 60.8 18.9
      Jul 19 16.4 66.2 6.5
      Aug 19 17.9 66.2 7
      Sep 16 64.8 60.8 25.5
      Oct 12 90.9 53.6 35.8
      Nov 7.4 214.7 45.3 84.5
      Dec 4.8 192.3 40.6 75.7

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