Thursday Doors – St. Augustine Sweat

Visiting St. Augustine, Florida involves flying into either Jacksonville or Daytona Beach, or connecting to a little airline flying scary little planes. I flew into Jacksonville, and I was kinda smug when I texted the temperature to my wife. It was 77°f (25°c) in Jacksonville but it was 92°f (33°c) in Connecticut – Ha! Well,... Continue Reading →

Thursday Doors – Ancient Boston

My European readers will likely snicker at my use of the word ‘ancient’ when talking about something from the early 1700’s. Still, that’s about as old as it gets in this country, unless you’re talking about some Native American artifacts. According to the Bostonian Society: “The Old State House, the oldest surviving public building in... Continue Reading →

Thursday Doors – Christ Church Cathedral

Many people have shared photos of older buildings (usually churches) that stand today, surrounded by modern skyscrapers in a busy downtown area of a city. I have often commented that one of my favorite buildings is located in a similar setting. Last week, I had the opportunity to take some photos of that building. While... Continue Reading →

Thursday Doors – East Hartford Doors

I recently discovered that the "back way" I was taking to avoid highway traffic jams was really an out-of-the-way-run-through-the-woods kind of shortcut. The editor wasn't surprised to hear that. She has pointed out many times that I am inclined to go what "appears to be" the faster way, but that my routes are often much... Continue Reading →

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