Category Archives: Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors

I’m going to need a houseboat, if it doesn’t stop raining pretty soon. We haven’t seen the sun in about a week. We’ve gone well past mud season into some type of New England swamp season. The only residents here … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Converted house, barn, garage, or business? I have no idea, but it certainly captured our attention as we drove through the very small town of Lee, New Hampshire, early last Saturday. I love a building with a history, and this … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

It may be cool, damp, and rainy in New England, but memories of Bruges, Belgium, are still warm and inviting when I go digging through my files for doors.  My pulse still quickens at these beautiful buildings, interesting windows, nice assortment … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Spring Arrives at the UNH Macfarlane Research Greenhouses April 1-2. Really? Yes, it arrives along with a winter storm watch of 5-10″ of snow. Knock, knock, Mother Nature calling again. 🙂 I will be heading over there first thing tomorrow … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I’m somewhere on the road in Connecticut on my way home, but I have one more door post from South Carolina. It comes to you from Pawley’s Island Tavern, or the PIT as it is called locally. It is also referred … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

This handsome Thursday gate is from Brookgreen Gardens. The two Great Danes above were designed by Anna Hyatt Huntington in 1929 and carved from granite by Robert Bailie. It is a beautiful, massive piece, and as you can see from the … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Conway, SC, whose history traces back to the 1670’s when the British settled the area around Charleston. The city’s name has changed throughout the years, but the history remains rich. Many residents fought in the American Revolutionary War, … Continue reading

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