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Ruelles Vertes in Rosemont/Petite-Patrie, Montréal (Part #4)
Before I get started with this week’s post just some quick housekeeping to discuss: I’m overdue for a blogging break so next Thursday, August 13th will be the last Thursday Doors post until Thursday September 10th. This means there will be no Thursday Doors for three consecutive weeks, on August 2oth, 27th, and September 3rd. During that time feel free to continue with your own posts if you wish but there will be no link-up post here and in case you were wondering, no there’ll be no guest-host in my absence.
This week continues the exploration of the back alleys of my old neighbourhood in the city.
Some serious doors within doors action on these.
Probably my two favourite shots from this outing.
Even though parking spots on the street are scarce this parking garage doesn’t seem to be getting much use.
And if you look up and to the right…a beautiful ghost door.
A few that have seen better days.
“La grange à livres” – You know I’m a fan of barns but a Book Barn? Yeah baby, even better!
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