I’ve been tossing several doors aside each week for almost a month. Sooner or later, I either need to use them or I forget where they are. I’ve been swamped at work this week, so it seems like a good day to use them.
I’ve done my best to tell the story in the captions. I sure hope the Happiness Engineers figure out a way to include captions in Mosaic Galleries.
This post is part of Norm Frampton’s fun weekly bloghop called Thursday Doors. Each week, the door faithful gather doors from all over the world and link them to Norm’s master door page in Canada. If you want to participate, or just browse a great bunch of doors, head on up to Norm’s place and poke around.
They were setting up the Fireman’s Carnival. I’ve been through those doors many times in my life – never again.
It’s not much of a door, but it’s a great building.
Old warehouse on the outskirts of Hartford, but still serving some need, so not being torn down. that’s good.
On the farm where the Mini-Golf course is located.
This seems like it was a different attraction at the Mini-Golf course.
Subway doors on the #1 train.
I like the old doors, and I think Joey might like the lamp.
There’s a door in there somewhere.
Meeting my friend before the Yard Goats baseball game.
On the way to Dunkin’ Donuts Park. This is an old door to The Travelers Insurance Company.
I’m not looking forward to this place opening. There’s something about a healthy milkshake that doesn’t sit well with me.
Near the entrance to the Rail Trail.
I’m not sure what function takes place here, but this is the entrance to the Rail Trail.
Seen along the side of the Rail Trail in Northampton.
Also along the Northampton trail. There will be doors soon.
I think this is a little cafe on the Rail Trail.
I have a soft spot for garage doors.
I think this is a commercial building, but it’s an interesting use of space.
One of the nearby tobacco farms is tearing down a lot of their barns. They are too expensive to maintain.
One of the nearby tobacco farms is tearing down a lot of their barns. They are too expensive to maintain. That was a door.