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Colourful Doors in Vieux Terrebonne – Part 1
It wasn’t snowing this past weekend and the mild day was ideal for another doorscursion not too far from home, so off we went to explore some more of the historic and very colourful buildings in Vieux Terrebonne.
Here are some of the interesting discoveries captured on this visit.
Restaurants, shops, and even owners of some of the older homes in this area really try to draw attention to their lovely buildings by dressing them up in fun eye-catching colours.
I’ve shown this one before a few years back while it was being repainted. It looks much prettier now.
Looking up the hill towards that church I showed you in a post a few weeks back.
This whitewashed field-stone building is the oldest structure in the area dating back to the late 1680’s – it’s a small museum now.
And again I had to get creative thanks to someone’s thoughtless parking choice right there in front of the door I wanted to photograph. Gee, the nerve of some people eh?
Lucky for me no one can park in front of their main entrance door.
As always, thanks so much for dropping by 🙂
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