Posts Tagged ‘WNDR Museum’

I’m usually too lazy to go back and look at all the doors or gates I shared in a year, but I’ve decided to make the effort this year. Of course that creates a new problem: which doors to choose?? I’m going with some favorites from each of the places I usually find doors.

The door that no one really cared about, from the visitor’s center at Saguaro National Park…

Keep on truckin’. From Chicago’s WNDR Museum…

The door to a Wyoming sheepherder’s home…

Found in Pasadena, California…

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And, of course, from France…

for Thursday Doors 12.17.20

for One Word Sunday: whatchamacallit

for One Word Sunday: bright

for One Word Sunday: arch

for One Word Sunday: interior

for Six Word Saturday

After we visited the WNDR Museum and had coffee, we walked to and from lunch, spotting some unusual doors on the way. No matter how attractive the door, it’s sometimes overshadowed by the hardware.

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After the WNDR Museum but before lunch, we came across a variety of art, indoor and out. This one is out.

This one is in…in the Groundswell Coffee Roasters shop where I had my delicious oolong tea.

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After Christmas, our younger daughter and the two of us headed into “the city” to visit the WNDR Museum. In the best current tradition of abbreviating everything (or maybe they couldn’t buy any vowels), WNDR equates to “Wonder” and wonder-filled it is.

Designed to challenge your ideas about a museum and inviting you to interact (and take a million selfies), the museum is full of color, lights, and action. Yes, it’s completely geared to the “all about me/selfie-taking” generation but it’s lots of fun for us oldies, too.

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