It was spectacular and well worth taking the trip. Of course, we made a map of antique and junk stores, stopped and browsed bought along the way, checked out Route 66 for mid-century Googie signs, saw Oral Robert's mid-century modern marvel of a university, chatted with shop owners, dined inside a Buckminster Fuller geodesic dome, and just enjoyed the open road. We headed up to Tulsa to see the lovely mid-century modern neighborhood Lortondale, and might I add, it was a great place to call home. Flat roofs and loving owners occupied most of the homes, and it was nice to compare and contrast Lortondale to Northcrest. Here are a few teaser images to hold you over!
More coming soon!
p.s. Did you know what a mid-century hotbed Tulsa is? Wow! Mid-century around every turn! We loved it!