Posts Tagged ‘car doors’

We’d planned to go to Saguaro National Park but circumstances conspired to lead us to choose a closer destination due to a later start. Casa Grande National Monument has been on our list since we saw the sign for it on our initial trip to Tucson the first year we were here. Although an interesting and somewhat mysterious place, it’s quite small and after we’d finished, one of those magazines that points you to local businesses and entertainment led my husband to a listing for Windmill Winery, where we spent an enjoyable afternoon. More about both those places at another time but this truck at the winery looks good for Thursday Door.

This is part of Casa Grande, fashioned from the caliche soil of this area. There’s a doorway here sans an actual door but I don’t even know that there were doors initially.

This door has nothing to do with that trip at all but I thought you’d enjoy it as much as I did. That’s it for this edition of Thursday Doors. Thanks for stopping by. Now click on the link, go to host Dan’s blog and check out some of the other doors featured there.

Welcome to Thursday Doors the 2022 edition. The doors you’ll find here range from ordinary to unique. The ones I found in southern California last year are also varied. The first doors are for your ego.

These doors are for working while looking great.

And these are in-doors. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and opening the door to this post. Sorry for any lateness on my part in visiting your blog. Lots of family stuff going on right now as well as trying to get some baking and housework done. I’ll get there.

A few days ago at Trader Joe’s I saw this beauty in the parking lot. As I was admiring it, the owner came out and opened the car for me. It’s a custom Studebaker with wood inside and out. And oh, yes…it has doors, too.

for Thursday Doors 3.4.21

Sometimes a photo says it all.  This door showed up outside our local library one day and I didn’t even have to search for it.

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Our chief mechanic is Norm.  Stop by his blog and click on the link critter to drive by more doors.