Tag Archives: Thursday’s Doors

Thursday’s Doors ~ outbuilding, 3

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For me, the weather vane 

reminds me of the 

“barn on fire” post.

We weren’t quite sure 

but now, after taking a few

dusty, winding country roads

I think we can agree of its purpose.

The outbuilding could house pots,

farming tools, tractor or these days,

a riding lawn mower. . .

The stone work and different

identifying features confirm

1800’s period where it was

both a serene setting but

a rugged, “feast or famine”

time in history.

Our Thursday’s Doors host,

may present sumptuous or simple

(or something in between) at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Thursday’s Doors ~ Stratford on the Whetstone, part 2

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The grass so green evokes imaginary

memories of  farming,  milling, 

with families living in close-knit 

industrious community. 

Sacred ground, when people were 

“the salt of the earth.”

As I had noticed Dutch symbols

upon the barn, the total setting 

leaves purposeful, productive

lasting impressions 

upon my mind.

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Photo taken by Robin,

simple story of monthly

passage by this beautiful

pastoral setting by her, too.

Although not a door on this post,

I would like to remind visitors

to check out other doors,

Norm Frampton, cordial 

host’s blog located at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope y’all enjoyed a little history

and could smell the clover, grass

and rich soil of Delaware, OH land!

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!

🏣  ðŸ•  ðŸš  ðŸ   ðŸ¤ ⛪ ⛺

Thursday’s Doors ~ summer means “Fun in the Sun!”

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The Kona Ice truck goes to our local

hospitals, parks, and schools.

Yes, it is a symbol of summer!

No, it is still May and spring here.

I went to Ohio Health to pick 

up knee x-rays for Felicia.

There was the Kona Ice truck!

I like the piña colada flavored ice

or coffee cappuccino ice with

a squirt of vanilla added.

This is a Double Doors post!

“What?” you ask.

The “real” door where

the driver gets in and out, is

to the left. The “bamboo” door

where you imagine it opening

and allowing the Kona Penguin

to disembark makes my silly,

childish face, “Smile!”  It also

brings shaved snow cones

to my grandchildren’s

schools on certain days

where lucky kids purchase

fruit flavored juicy ices.

This is one of two door posts

and the next one had 10 adult

nurses and hospital staff,

standing in line.

Only one remained once

I mentioned, “I’m taking a picture!”

You would have giggled at how fast

they scattered, hiding behind bushes.

Here’s a jewel of a door wrangler, who

may enjoy a fruit flavored snow cone.

Please check out Norm Frampton’s

Thursday’s Doors on his blog here:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope you don’t mind looking at the

window with the purveyor of

frozen sugared confections.

Come on, summer! 

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 ðŸ‰  o  ðŸ

Thursday’s Doors ~ fire truck

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We live in the City of Delaware 

in Delaware County, Ohio.

This visiting fire engine

captured a few sets of

curious eyes by a

shopping plaza.

I ran into the nearby 

store and twice walked to 

the storefront window, to see

if any visiting fire department

personnel were coming out of the

local barbecue restaurant, where

the firemen could surely ask 

for tabasco sauce or hot

red pepper flakes to

add to bbq briscuit

chicken or pork to

create their own

four alarm dinner!

This door post is one

of numerous styles and 

periods, hosted by our leader

of Thursday’s Doors, please 

head on over to Norm Frampton’s

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

for plenty of door choices today!

I promise, No one will display

a door or house on fire!

Thursday’s Doors ~ May 4, 2017, The Worly building

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Front Street Funk,

storefront window declares.

#503 looks “Cool, mon.”

The Worly just looks like a 

“Happening place!”

This has distinction and

elements of modern and past, too.

Looks like a party is about to happen!

Here’s a cool and fascinating man,

He collects links to Thursday’s Doors.

His name is Norm Frampton and

“You ‘best’ check him out!”

Here’s your ticket to see 

more doors there:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

~ ~ ~  ðŸŽ¶ 🎶 🎶  ~ ~ ~

Funk music came about in 

the 1960’s and is attributed

to African-American roots.

I like Bruno Mars and his friends,

including Pharrell Williams’song,

“Uptown Funk.”

The building was built in 1880,

Renovated in 1995,

for businesses to lease.

50,000 square feet located 

in the Brewery District

of German Village.

For a whole other “flavor”

and “party atmosphere,”

Come on back and visit

this blog for Cinco de Mayo.

Hoy es Quatro de Mayo!