Wonderful 19th and early 20th century architecture.
Guthrie was the territorial capital and the first state capital of Oklahoma.
Guthrie, Oklahoma has the largest historic district in the United States.
If you ever go to Guthrie make sure to take the trolley tour, you get the scoop on some of the interesting prior inhabitants here.
The Pollard Theater boasts a year-round resident theater company. Very enjoyable experience.
Guthrie also has one of the largest masonic centers, it is home to the great Temple of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
Guthrie, Oklahoma is also home to ... my house. Now you may have thought I don't have a "permanent address" down here but I do.
We moved to Guthrie from Sumner, Washington because Oklahoma has 2 schools of pharmacy (for Big Kahuna) and 2 colleges Steve was interested in. Big Kahuna decided not to pursue pharmacy school after all, but Steve is attending college at a very fine school there.
My former office.
The plan had been to sell the house and Big Kahuna move to Minot but plans changed and for the moment Big Kahuna and Steve are here in Guthrie.
Stairway from the front door.
Hallway upstairs. There are 4 total bedrooms upstairs.
At one time we thought one of my daughters and her family would be living next door, so this would have been Little Companion's room when staying with us. Alas, plans change.
The color choice was his. Thanks for letting me show your room, Steve!
Bathroom with original clawfoot tub.
Since the plan now is for Big Kahuna to stay in Guthrie doing what he enjoys work-wise, all the big furniture was moved back in and all the rest of the gear stowed here until plans are firmed up for after Alaska. We arrived in Guthrie late Wednesday night and were on the plane for Alaska Saturday morning. No time to visit with dear friends in Oklahoma, hope to be able to do so upon our return.