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Thursday Doors

Doors are the gateway to many interesting and wonderful moments. Each of these doors will lead you into a different world, where you will be the author of your own adventure. Which door will you, or would you like to walk through. ?.

The past leads to NOW and the NOW leads to the future. Life is an accumulation of moments. Cherish each one.

Perfect Liberty March 11.2021

Should you have picked Pub 101, this is a sampling of the delicious food you can enjoy while visiting the establishment, It has good reviews and is situated in the heart of the tourist area in downtown Ottawa. just saying, should anyone be hungry =^_^=

For the writers in the group, each one of the above doors tells a story. Some doors were found in the States, the rest are in Canada … There isn’t anywhere one can go without finding an “interesting” door.

For more doors, please visit the home of Thursday Doors, weekly feature. https://nofacilities.com/2021/03/11/waterbury-union-station-thursday-doors/

Enjoy your day everyone…

Comments on: "Thursday Doors" (30)

  1. Fab selection

  2. I would love to know the story of the builds that appear to have been squeezed into their spot. I love the elegant wood paneled entrance, eith the arched transom lights. The arched (boarded shut) door in the stone tower (?) could inspire many stories.

    Thanks for sharing these as part of Thursday Doors.

    • Thanks Dan, the two doors on the wooden build, between two older buildings, is next to a library and .. I can’t recall what the other building was.. but i thought it could at one time have been built for extra storage.. The town is along a canal, in a very picturesque village, now popular with the tourist, there is a tea shop and quaint designer type shops one can visit during tourist season, trendy eating places where you sit outside on lazy days etc. the old round tower with the boarded door, I very much wanted to visit, it had been some sort of old home that had been restored and again drew tourist s with its special gardens etc. that was in perhaps NH, if my husband was still alive, he would know exactly where, however, you are stuck with my memory.. 🐱 the train cars were also in that area, and had been turned into a restaurant that at the time we were was also closed. I love the unusual as you’ve guessed. waves and sends a virtual hug your way… stay safe

  3. Such a great assortment. Hard to choose only one. And why should i choose ‘the one”? 🙂 The middle column, all three, really caught my eye. As you said (thank you for the thought) an inspiration 😉

  4. I like the train doors and was just thinking that it would be nice to sit outside at the pub. Add the food and it would be great. How funny that we both featured food along with our doors today. 🙂


  5. Paul Simpson said:

    That lit up service station looks so inviting!

  6. Junie-Jesh said:

    A great variety of doors. I like the door of the train – so unexpected! It took me a second look to realize this was not a front door of a house:) The Japanese house is dreamy! thanks for the gallery – it was fun! Jesh

  7. I’ll have to remember Pub 101 if I ever get to your fair city.

    • Hey there! the PM here is still pondering the opening of the borders.. I think it may be awhile.. Hope you are staying safe and well. we had record breaking temperatures here this week.. week-end dropping to below zero.!!

      • We keep talking about wanting to visit Montreal. I am hoping maybe in August we can have a little vacation. I think I’d prefer someplace drive-able. We had the warm temps as well. I plan to do a shoot tomorrow up north. Everything here is rather muddy.

    • it is going down here, it is actually snowing.. YUCK enjoy tomorrow

  8. The USA that looks derelict appeals to my fascination for such historic buildings

  9. I like that airy USA non-existent hut doors. What does it say about me? 🙂

  10. Love the stone buildings!!


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