Tag Archives: Doors

Thursday Doors ~ Red barn, painting in progress

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There has been a groundskeeper 

house and barn at our 

 local cemetery around 

since the 1800’s.

This barn has a new coat

of red paint. . .

a work in progress!

~ Oak Grove Cemetery ~

334 South Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

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Please visit Norm Frampton’s blog!

Go to the above link to see doors

of so many kinds it will be amazing!

      Peace 🕊

🎺 Taps

Faith 🀄

Thursday’s Doors ~ close up of Veritas

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The etched glass design has

three panes, little beaded look,

etched glass panels like square in

the middle. It appears as an artistic

reminder of the past, but uncertain

this is truly antique. I trust you 

will inform me, as some have

wandered in door sample

departments of home

improvement stores.

I like the full image

since it really has

what some may

call “curb appeal.”

This Thursday’s Doors

is a part of a community

of door photo collector’s.

Who knows what you may 

discover on Norm Frampton’s

blog where links will take you to

more doors than you ever saw!

It may lead you to join his

door collecting “gang.”

Check out:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Have a great ending of your week!

Thursday’s Doors ~ side view of The Barn at Stratford, post #4

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Pretty brick designs on

antique stoned walls,

sides of the large red barn.

I had never gotten out of my car,

passing this large, well-kept barn

at least once or twice monthly

for over thirty years. The “back road”

on our family’s way Home.

The black shuttered attic vent

is decorated with red painted frame

and has a semi-circular brick arch.

Although no doors here, more than

enough found on the first published

Thursday’s Doors today whose 

Host, Norm Frampton, is found here:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope you enjoy discovering the

Joy of doors and their photographers.

The Barn design ~ Stratford on the Whetstone, post #3

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Thank you for checking out

this barn design used for our

Delaware County Historical Society,

~ Delaware, Ohio ~

Please check out other posts 

today but no need for comments.

I posted an invaluable link on

each of the other posts.

Thursday’s Doors ~ close up of The Barn at Stratford, post #2

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The old stone bricks, 

red doors with white door frames

and black stripe and hinges,

along with the typical 

split barn doors.

Please check out 

Norm Frampton’s

blog where other doors with links

will possibly lead you into or

through door frames to

other worlds or 

countries at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope you have fun picturing 

horses with their curious

faces peering out and 

wondering if someone

may drop by with

an apple or fresh hay.

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Thursday’s Doors ~ Stratford on the Whetstone, part 1

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The doors are up high for unloading 

onto the farming wagons. This is  

part of a milling community.

There are a few too many pictures,

no need to respond on all, but it

will show you the historic

landmark sign, both ends

of the barn building.

Thanks for viewing

and here’s my 

favorite host,

who has many

links to a wide

array of Doors,

Norm Frampton at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Have a wonderful, safe trip through

all doors around the community

of Thursday’s Doors.

Thursday’s Doors ~ Kona Ice truck

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Believe it or not, there was a much

longer line of hospital staff 

standing here, before I 

mentioned that I hoped no

one minded if I took their picture.

Anyway, here’s one hospital nurse

and the Tropical Shaved Kona Ice

purveyor extraordinaire.

Even she was “shy!”

Here’s a friendly host,

Norm Frampton, whose

Thursday’s Doors feature is

quite popular and a worldwide

phenomenon, irresistible to

doors’ (of any kind) viewers!

Hope you check out the variety here:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Happy doors’ excursions!

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