Posts Tagged ‘doors’

Last summer my husband and I biked in and around Indiana Dunes State Park.  We also drove along roads by Lake Michigan where there were rows of beach houses.  As you’ll be able to see from these doors, these aren’t little, casual summer homes!  These beauties live in Long Beach, Michigan.

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Okay, it’s unlikely that Fougerolles will ever be luring tourists by advertising its selection of doors,  but it’s not just all cherries and distilleries.  Here’s a small selection for your Thursday delectation.  Be sure not to miss the last one!

Here in the U.S., we’re celebrating Thanksgiving.  I have so much for which to be thankful and you, my blogging friends, are certainly a part of that.  Thanks for making my days brighter and more interesting.

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This house in Fougerolles caught my attention despite having nothing to do with cherries.  It was empty and, if you had the money a/o time to fix it up, would make a large, inviting home within walking distance of church, bakery, the cherry “factory”, and several distilleries, as well as a bookstore.

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A bright red or blue door attracts lots of attention, but weathered, decrepit doors come in for their share, especially from Thursday Doors aficionados.  Here are some from Luxeuil-les-bains for your viewing pleasure.  Enjoy!

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“Windows open out onto the universe around you, but doors will take you to where your imagination lies.”
~ Anthony T. Hincks

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We’re back from the wedding, which was wonderful, but I’m sorry to say that this post should have come two days from now, on Sad-door-day.  Why sad?  Because the Thursday Doors group has been pipped at the post, lost on the nod, lost by a nose.  Why, you ask?  Because the other day at the library I found….

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One problem about being an avid participant in Thursday Doors is that everywhere I go, I look for and at doors as I did in Luxeuil.  My s-i-l is used to me dragging behind as we walk, constantly stopping to photograph another door.  After a time, though, I realized that I was only taking photos of doors which, although great fun and quite photogenic, were not the only interesting things in Luxeuil.  I corrected that, but still ended up with a plethora of doors to share.  Let’s go.  Allons-y! 

The maître d’ of our French door restaurant (Restaurant porte française) this week is Norm Dan “Plat du jour” Frampton Antion.  Drop by. There are plenty of specials, the price is right, and it’s all calorie free.

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