Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Oklahoma Treasures

These are not pictures I took, I found them on webshots and wikipedia:
When I get time soon I will run over and take the pictures myself and
post my views.  I am looking for pictures from the 1960's or 70's. 

bartlesville towards pawhuska

Pawhuska, gateway to the Tallgrass Prairie.

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I love this town.  So many good memories.
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The picture below used to be the J.C. Penney store.

The picture below used to be the C.R. Anthony store.


You can see the Triangle Building at the end of this block.
It is a very cool old building.  It divides Kihekah, one way
on either side of it.  


Below is where the TG&Y used to be.  Next to it
on the corner was a nice bank building.  It is pictured
above as the white building with apartments or offices above.


The Tulsa skyline at night.  This is not my picture.


This is a view from Talimina Drive.  Ouachita forest.
We drove this road from Wilburton, Oklahoma going
north and east for several miles.  It was beautiful.  We
accidentally took the road thinking it was a shorter way
home.  Not.  But it turned out the most beautiful drive
that went past Robber's Cave too.  This drive is very
close to Arkansas.  


6 comments:

kitten said...

Some of those old pictures look like our town and the one next to us (Tupelo). I thought that real neat. That last one makes me think of calm and peace. Very pretty!

Jeanette said...

That looks like a very cool little town!

Melissa said...

Which pillow would you like to buy? The one posted on my blog I made, but there are other pillows posted on our etsy store that my mother in law made. And she makes the pin keeps too. You can either email me @ melissaluck@yahoo.com or just go to heart2home.etsy.com (or click on it from my blog) and it will take you right to the store and you can order from there. Let me know what you want to do and we'll get you set up! Thanks-Melissa

kitten said...

You have been tagged!

Pamela said...

I want to visit

Gattina said...

i come too !