Friday, May 24, 2013

First Stop: the Ozark Trail

Back to Where it All Began.

Brad and I made our television debut on a travel show called Two Wheel Oklahoma. The first episode that ever aired was about a stretch of Old Route 66 in Northeastern Oklahoma. We began that show on a crusty iron bridge over Rock Creek near Sapulpa, OK. That bridge, and the bumpy concrete leading west, is part of a very old roadway. A predecessor of Route 66 known as the Ozark Trail.

So it seems only fitting then our first stop on the Forgotten Highways series be this little known network of trails and backroads known as the Ozark Trail.

Friday, February 17, 2012

What It Is

What is Forgotten Highways?

Good question. Instead of explaining it we'll offer you a sample- a brief clip showing what we envision this new television show to look like. So here's a video sampler that explains what Forgotten Highways is all about:


These scenes are taken from various episodes of a program we created in 2008 called Two Wheel Oklahoma.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Green Country

Some of our favorite destinations for Two Wheel Oklahoma were Oklahoma State Parks. Beautiful scenery may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you mention Oklahoma- but the fact is, there are some great places to visit.

Here's one we featured on Episode 3 near Muskogee, OK.

It's called Greenleaf State Park.