Pendleton, Oregon is a town far away from Seattle and fairly far away from Portland and really far away from Portland, Maine, a town no one has ever been to but is apparently surrounded by 40,000 acres of wild blueberries. Surrounded in the sense that the state of Maine itself prorogates this vast quantity of blueberry foliage, which turns out to be the favorite food of black bears, foxes, deer, rabbits, skunks, fox squirrels, chipmunks, and really liberal college students – all of which, when combined, explains why no one ever goes to Portland, Maine. At least in a touristic sense.
But remember, we’re talking about Pendleton,
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