Thursday Doors…off-the-wall doors

Posted: July 21, 2022 in Thursday doors
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Ok, two of these are on the wall but they’re off-the-wall in the sense of being different. The middle one is actually off the wall, spotted during my recent visit to hang out with Marsha of AlwaysWrite in Prescott. For anyone in Arizona, we’re planning another blogging get-together on Sept. 15 in Prescott. You can let either Marsha or me know that you want to meet and we’ll get the details to you when we know them.

But on to the doors. This was on the wall at the same bike shop where you were invited to make a complaint.

Here’s the Prescott door.

This is the other door at the bike shop, but no candy in sight. Probably just as well. Anyway, stay sweet and have a wonderful Thursday. Dan is the eye-candy hosting our weekly door challenge. I don’t want to hear any Snickers. He does a great job and he’s a real Sweetie.

Comments
  1. restlessjo says:

    The first one is rather fabulous, Janet.

  2. peggy says:

    Nice. A door is a door no matter what it is attached to.

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I love these doors, Janet! I always smile when I see an old letterbox. I’ve never seen a candy box, but I like the idea.

  4. Sweet treat for us today!

    I love the first one – with a swallow (?) on it.

    Best wishes,
    Patricia

  5. I love that red post box!! I also loved your into to Dan and Thursday Doors. So clever!! 😀

  6. Jessica says:

    Haha! And, love those!

  7. Lins Doodles says:

    Lovely. The red one is my favourite.

  8. de Wets Wild says:

    I love the two letter boxes! Is “snail mail” still in wide use in the US, Janet?

  9. slfinnell says:

    Love these! Yep, I still have snail mail penpals 🙂

  10. scooj says:

    A nice look at some different doors.

  11. Smitha V says:

    Such cute, little doors,Janet. I love the letter-box door and I enjoyed your witty post- ‘No snickers’. 🙂

  12. Marsha says:

    Cute doors. I like the idea!

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