I would highly encourage anyone that is in western Oregon during April to stop in at the Wooden Shoe Tulip fields near Woodburn and see this amazing and beautiful event. I promise it will be worth your while. After all it's not every day one gets to see tulips as far as the eye can see. :-)
Here is a link to the Wooden Shoe Festival site for those who may be interested in attending. https://www.woodenshoe.com/tulip-fest/
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