It’s the end of June, halfway point in another year of doors and the end of a very busy month. I have been on a couple of doorcursions in June, but I haven’t had the time to do the research I want to do. So, just like those college days when the end of the month required a bit of creativity in getting dinner together, today I bring you a stew of leftover doors. A stew, because I have doors from here and there to add to the gallery.
Here would be St. Augustine, Florida. I managed to snag a few photos, but my hopes of touring some of the historic sites in America’s oldest city were dashed by a lack of time and an abundance of heat and humidity. I don’t know how people live in Florida. There would be Arlington Cemetery. I have a bunch of doors from my walking tour of the cemetery, but it seemed more appropriate to feature that place of honor in my Memorial Day post. But still, doors…
Doors, you ask? Well, it’s Thursday and we’re cooking up this stew to serve alongside the potluck and gourmet entrees at Chef Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors Restaurant d’ Elegance. If you care to contribute, dine or merely peruse the menu, leave your vehicle with the valet at Norm’s place. After entering, take a look at Norm’s doors then
tip click the Maître D’ (the blue frog) and prepare to be impressed.
Today’s featured door, the one up there on the right, is the door to the hearing test chamber at my Doctor’s office. Fortunately, there’s a window in that little room. Otherwise, sitting in there would be a little uncomfortable. There are a couple other random doors in the gallery. Click on any one, if you’d like more explanation.