Today is Thanksgiving Day here in the US, and that means that many of you, including my lovely editor, have been cooking and cleaning since before I started writing this post. So, I’m going to cut you all some slack and just go with the door photos and their captions.
I chose doors that don’t require a story, don’t have a documented history, or are left over from previous posts. Who doesn’t love leftovers?
This post is part of the wonderfully addictive series by Norm Frampton, called Thursday Doors. Each week, we gather together at Norm’s place and share door photos, comments, turkey, pie and adult beverages. Oops, I’m getting the day’s events confused. Once you get to Norm’s, look for the blue frog. He will guide you into the gallery where you can add your doors, or admire the doors of so many others.
Maybe some other day.
That’s MuMu – she doesn’t always enjoy having her picture taken.
Pinky! One of Maddie’s favorite toys. Actually she inherited it from a former setter.
To my readers in the US, Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for spending some of your precious time at this place. You guys rock!
The second new storm door installed this fall. We liked the other one well enough to give it a 2nd go.
Track 17 is not my destination. Auntie Anne’s is serving up the best pretzels on the planet.
I gotta get me some Mike’s
A little addition on the strip mall where Dunkin’ Donuts is located. This one is special – I hit that brick column a couple of winters ago – skidded on black ice.
Entrance to Union Station in New Haven, CT for my train to NYC.
Old shed doors and the old garage access doors. Dumpster arrives next week.
On my way out of Grand Central Terminal in NYC.
On the train to NYC. I like fire escapes, doors, trains and equipment.
Before I left for Chicago, Faith took me to see Mary Chapin Carpenter in concert.
The Infinity Theater includes a bistro. we had dinner before the show.
My ride to Chicago
I took this picture for my niece’s husband who, for some unknown reason like Coors Light.
This is for Peter Nena. He’ll understand.
Near the Infinity Theater is the new UConn Hartford Campus. Sadly, it occupies the old Hartford Times building. I’d hoped for a better use of this wonderful building.
Entrance from the parking garage to the Infinity theater.
This is in Boston, taken from my hotel room. There’s no door visible in the stone building but there is one in the building under construction.
This building is on Allyn St, which intersects with Anne St. This is a leftover.
Another Anne St area leftover.
187 Allyn St – Black Bear Saloon
I don’t know much about this place, but it has nice doors.