Thursday Doors – April 2, 2015

Here’s another one from Old Quebec City:

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You can share your Thursday Door posts with the world too.

See an interesting door you’d like to share? Snap your pic using whatever camera or device you have and create a post anytime between Thursday and Saturday morning for entry into that week’s selection.

Make sure to come here and use the blue button below to add a link to your post to the list.

Don’t forget to tag your post under Thursday Doors and add the hashtag #ThursdayDoors when sharing on Twitter and Instagram.

And please do take a few minutes to visit the Thursday Door posts shared by others.

Thanks for looking 🙂

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About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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17 Responses to Thursday Doors – April 2, 2015

  1. Nancy says:

    What a fabulous idea Norm… I found you through Judy…a blog I follow (New England Garden and Thread.) I look forward to making sure I see the doors every Thursday! Have you ever made a collage of some of your doors? I have seen it done on posters. Small towns and larger ones do it for PR. I applaud you… Happy Easter!

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  2. Good morning Norm, I have yet to find a suitable door for Thursday Doors here in FL, but if I do before Saturday I will surely post it.

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  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Just a quick update: To keep the comments thread tidy I have removed the pingbacks and made sure they were all added with the correct links in the link-up tool. In future, please remember to add the link to your door post, not your homepage in the link up list, otherwise it will be difficult for others to find your door.
    Thank you!

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  4. Robin says:

    That’s a door with a lot of personality. Nicely done, Norm. 🙂

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  5. This is my favorite so far!

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  6. D. Parker says:

    Each time I see these doors, they are a story waiting to be told.
    I want to open them, imagining what’s behind them.
    This door has the smell of fresh-baked bread wafting through it, inviting us inside to have bread, cheese, wine, and good conversation.
    Thank you, Norm. 🙂

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  7. Dan Antion says:

    This door appears to have held up well over time. Nice photo. There’s something about a red door.

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  8. Interesting door with the hardware arranged as it is, I’d love to know what the little black square is for, and if that’s touch up that is needed I’d volunteer to do it. Nice. 🙂

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks. I liked the hardware on this one too. I think that black square is one of those old twist-ringer doorbell thingie’s, and yes that is the correct technical term 😀
      The stains at the bottom are just splash from snow and slush.

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  9. Phil Taylor says:

    I love the door posts. I find doors very mysterious and symbolic. They’re a great place to begin a story. I began my White Picket Prisons with a door that was based on a real door I had seen in real life.

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