Tennessee has a rich history when it comes to the blues, and there are several famous blues bars (also often referred to as dive bars) across the state, where you can experience the soulful sounds of this ever-popular genre.
The changing landscapes of Oregon, offer a wealth of breath-taking vistas and a myriad of activities and experiences. The northest corner hosts deep gorges, meandering rivers and wide-open spaces, it is natural cowboy country.
Hells Canyon, plunging more than a mile below Oregon’s west rim and 8000ft below snowcapped He Devile Peak, was carved by the great Snake River, and is America’s deepest river gorge. This awe-inspiring spot attracts white-water rafters, hikers, jet boaters and anyone yearning for time in the wilderness. Its steep terrain, rocky slopes, and the wonderfully scenic river, make it a challenge, but one well worth the effort. Be on the lookout for bear, elk, mule deer, big horn sheep, and eagles as well as wildflowers, ancient pictographs, and log cabins left by prospectors, miners, and 19th-century settlers.