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Things are getting busy around here, as we get a late start on the projects we postponed in trying to escape the high heat and humidity. You might think doors associated with errands would include hardware stores and other such retail establishments. Oddly enough, many of mine are associated with the errand of getting food. Then again, if you’ve followed me for a while, perhaps that doesn’t seem odd.
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I visited our Public Works depot to recycle some batteries and scrap metal.
This is the sign-in window at Public Works. We simply write down what we’re dropping off.
Public Works equipment bays
In line at the recycling center. I suppose the entrance to the sidecar might be considered a door.
Public Works, getting ready for winter
The last fence post was installed to serve as a latching post for the gate,
One of my previous coworkers was one of the beta readers. I visited my old office to retrieve the marked-up copy of The Evil You Choose.
Getting some takeout from our favorite diner
Picking up some Italian takeout. The good stuff is kept behind those doors
If you look close, you can see the upper layer of tobacco hanging just below the doors.
On the way to the bar I drive by one of the last working tobacco barns.
The vent slats are open to allow circulation. The access door is also open.
Mu regular hang out has a new sign and a new “German Smear” (the white stuff).
Entrance door to the bar and gate to the patio.
The patio got a new paint job, too.
Openings and flaps, but I wanted to include the flag. At the time, it was at half staff in honor of Queen Elizabeth II
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