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More Doors from Ile D’Orleans, Québec
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And now to the fun stuff.
Last week I showed you some doors on a network of quaint little chapels on Ile D’Orleans just east of Québec City.
This week I thought I’d share some of the other doors I found on that island.
There was this old stone church in the town of Saint Pétronille that had some lovely doors on it.
And this lovely little poem painted into their parking lot pavement that sums up the peaceful feel of the island quite nicely
The island comes, the island goes
with the tides
a constant wink to the universe
I think I took this next one more for the beautiful back yard view of the river but the garage doors are nice too.
This one was found out in front of an actual pottery barn.
Again with sweeping back yard views of the river…for these next two I was seriously considering walking up either driveway to go knock on the door and tell the owners to get the *(@! out of my new home 😉
You may just have to trust me on this one – there is a lovely door hidden somewhere in this mess.
And this adorable mailbox door was probably my favorite discovery of the day.
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