People Live Here – CFFC

I normally post my doors on Thursday, but this week Cee and I brought our challenges together so we could both offer folks a chance to share some doors. My challenge was doors, as it always is. Cee’s topic is,

“Things People Live In.”

If you’re sliding into Cee’s challenge as I am, Thursday Doors is still accepting doors for this week. Feel free to use the link above and add your doors over there, too.

While I normally feature doors I’ve gathered on recent trips or while driving around the area, today, I’m reaching into the archive. But, I’m going far back – back to the beginning of Thursday Doors, when Norm Frampton was running the challenge.

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  1. Lovely doors, Dan. I’ve been to Nixon Library several times for tours, music performances, as well as attending concerts. Somehow I overlooked this reconstructed house.

    I’m trying to get back to blogging. Let me see what I can do!

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  2. Hi Dan – gosh that fire looks wonderful – no wonder MuMu is enjoying her zizz. The Nixon reconstruction looks delightful – the little chapel looks well maintained too. Interesting selection – cheers Hilary

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  3. The entryway in the last picture is a real eye catcher. And the little chapel is just plain cute. I really like the double gray doors with the wreaths. Quite a nice collection today. Thanks for digging these out for us.

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    • Digging these out was my pleasure, Ginger. Most of these are from 2015. I tried to skip any that I had used for other topics by Cee, hoping that most would be new (or long time readers would have forgotten ;)


  4. What wonderful doors and places people live! Many here invite opening. I do love the age in many of these. As for baked MuMu, I cannot imagine a cozier picture, and I think those must be some hot doors on the wood-burning stove. Thanks for a good start to the day!

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    • Thanks John. I like that house, too, but they still haven’t replace those missing clapboards. I’m not sure who owns the house (our town or the State) but I’m guessing it’s not high on either list.


  5. Excellent pics.
    The most peculiar homes I’ve seen are on Zillow Gone Wild. Usually it’s expensive places. But sometimes it’s homes that don’t look real.

    It’s April, so I’m focused on the #AtoZChallenge.
    Proof of Existence, book two in my dark urban fantasy series, is out this month.
    And I’m running a giveaway on my blog.

    J Lenni Dorner (he/him 👨🏽 or 🧑🏽 they/them) ~ Reference& Speculative Fiction Author, OperationAwesome6 Debut Author Interviewer, and Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge

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  6. I noted that the first one in the series if of Richard Nixon’s home.

    If you ever get here to Grand Rapids, there’s several Gerald Ford doors (a few homes, the Presidential Museum) to add to you collection


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