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Thursday Doors

It is Thanksgiving here in the United States. So, this is the most important door of the day in every household across the land. Through this door will pass turkey, dressing, a variety of veggies, and pie – lots of … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to my door this Thursday. I’ll put the coffee on. 🙂 We live in a large two-family farmhouse built in the early 1800’s with a handsome barn on almost four acres of land. Our daughter and her family live … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

My road trip last week to Lowell, Massachusetts, included the afternoon spent at the National Historical Park Lowell. In numerous towns across New England there are mill buildings. We have three here – Cocheco, Sawyer, and Washington. They have been … Continue reading

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End of Summer

As we head into Labor Day weekend even I have to admit summer is over. The night-time temperatures have dropped into the 40’s. Can you hear that noise? It’s me whining. 🙂 The gardens are still looking good, and I’m … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Here are some doors, residential and historic, from Post Road in the small town of Greenland, New Hampshire. In the early 1600’s, Greenland was a parish of Portsmouth but was incorporated in 1704. The current population is around 3,500. Greenland … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Even with one shutter missing, isn’t this one beauty of a historic New England home with its bright red door and attached breezeway and barn? I love this barn with the small windows and planters on the doors. We visited … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Thursday Doors western style. Fort Larned, Kansas, was part of a series of military forts established to provide safe passage for travelers in the 1800s. The first military outpost established in this area was called “Camp on Pawnee … Continue reading

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