In an effort to keep this post short, I thought I’d stick with the Big-E, since don’t have to explain much. If you’re unfamiliar with the Big-E, you can read what I wrote about it here, here and, most recently, here.
If you’re unfamiliar with Thursday Doors, it’s a weekly parade of doors led by Norm Frampton and his fraternity of photographers, artists and door aficionados. The floats move down the Internet’s Main Street, covering the entire globe. If you want to join the parade, or if you just want to snag some good seats, head on up to Norm’s staging ground. Check out his doors and look for the Drum Major (Blue Frog). Click the frog, and get your position assignment.
Since I’ve already featured the famous doors of the Big-E, today’s gallery is a collection of random doors. No big story, no history, just some cool doors to enjoy. I wish I could give you a lobster roll or a sausage grinder, or, after yesterday’s comments, some cheese, or a beer to wash them down, but the Internet does seem to have some limitations.
This shed is a little more practical.
Chief is not showing us his best side, but I did come here for the door.
Spencer Brewery – by the monks at St. Joseph’s Abby
This is a photo mural.
Windsor seems to be hungry. It takes a lot to maintain a 2,250 lb figure. Three hinges on a short door would seem appropriate if you had hear Windsor kick a few minutes later.
These are spa doors. On spas that were being sold in the Better Living Center.
That’s the Brooks Building – and – that’s my finger.
The door is false. The pitch lady is the MeanieBoBeanie I spoke about on Monday.
The Better Living Center. The doors are meh, but the windows would be nice if they weren’t covered.
New England Grange
Welcome to Rhode Island
One of these years, we’ll visit the history building, but not today.
I love the barn doors on this shed. The glass seems a little dangerous, but it’s pretty.
Let’s go get some cheese
OK, technically, there’s a door on the refrigerator. This is the booth for Broccoli Cheese Soup and Mac & Cheese in the NH building.
Lots of little shops like this on the grounds of the Big-E