Last week, I posted what I considered the last of my doors from Suffield, CT. I replied to a comment (somewhere, I can’t find it) that I really need to get out for another doorscursion. Well, I have to tell you, that did not happen. Since publishing last Thursday’s post, it hasn’t been below 92°f (33°c), and it’s been as high as 99°f (37°c) and we have hit triple-digit heat indexes almost every day. Open the window long enough for a drive-by door photo, and the car’s AC unit groans back to life. Stop, get out and walk around, and I’d return damp and dripping to a sweltering car with seats that would set my thighs on fire.
I decided to crawl around on the cutting room floor, as it were, for the pictures that didn’t get picked for during the past several weeks. It’s amazing how much better a picture looks when it’s this hot.
Once again, I want to thank the Grand Marshal of Doors, Norm Frampton, for hosting his weekly fun initiative known as Thursday Doors. Each week, Norm places the call to door lovers around the globe – gather your doors and bring them to Montreal. Well, send a link to Norm’s site. After, of course, studying the doors he has on display.