When you think of Oklahoma, things such as giant soda bottles, dinosaurs and space capsules probably don’t come to mind. That is what Green Country People and Places is all about. We take ‘off the beaten path’ to a whole new level, introducing you to some of Green Country’s more obscure places and intriguing & talented people. From boot makers and glass blowers to civil war battlefields and model trains, we have a little bit of something for everyone. We do visit the more mainstream places occasionally, but it’s our unorthodox approach that sets Green Country People and Places apart from all the rest.
This week on Green Country People & Places we visit the Marshall Brewing Company in Tulsa, the restored Round Barn in Arcadia, and Skiatook Statuary. GCP&P Season 2, episode 1
During Green Country People and Places visit the Woolaroc Museum and Ranch in Bartlesville, the remains of the Spunky Creek Fort in Catoosa and tour the Pensacola Dam in Langley. Season 1 Episode 13
During Green Country People and Places visit the Steam and Gas Engine Show in Pawnee, the Tulsa Driller Statue and the gallery of artist Cha Tullis in Hominy. Season 1 Episode 12
During Green Country People and Places visit the Blue Bell Creamery in Broken Arrow, the Tulsa Fairground’s Steam Engine, and the Keepsake Candles factory in Bartlesville. Season 1 Episode 11
During Green Country People and Places visit and the Redbud Valley Nature Preserve in Catoosa, Fort Gibson Fort in Fort Gibson, and the Tom Mix Museum in Dewey Season 1 Episode 10
During Green Country People and Places visit Safari’s Wild Life Animal Sanctuary in Broken Arrow, the Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, and the McAlester Masonic Temple. Season 1 Episode 9
During Green Country People and Places visit the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, Chandler Park in Berry Hill, and the Dick Tracy Museum in Pawnee. Season 1 Episode 8