They were in all their glory, but so were the crowds. It was so crowded we could not even find a place to park to walk around.
So the surrounding housing areas are just as picturesque and so we decided to drive the neighborhood to visit the dogwoods and azaleas there. Most of the houses were built during the 1920's when Oil was King in Tulsa.
This was a beautiful mix of Pink and White Dogwood Trees
I have always said if I were to move down to Tulsa I would want to live in this part of town
and live in a house rich in history.
There is a diverse architectural style in the homes there. In fact Tulsa as a whole has some very beautiful architecture in the downtown area. Art Deco buildings are prominent downtown as the time of the Oil Boom Art Deco was all the rage.
The azaleas were beautiful,
As we were driving around slowly admiring the dogwood trees I noticed these
dog statues on the front porch of this little cottage!
I love dog statues!!!!!
Oh my gosh, what is on that porch honey?
Stop, Stop, Stop!!!!!!
Then there are these old beauties that are being brought down in this historic neighborhood similar to this house and new homes are being retro fitted into the neighborhood.
I believe these examples are a nice addition to an old established neighborhood.