Tag Archives: Doors

All Kinds of Doors

With COVID019 we are all receiving a lot more deliveries. One of me neighbors has everything delivered. We only see them when they are claiming a package.

So a Salute to Delivery Truck Door…..

First Doors for 2021: The Toscana

The Toscana was a ‘Snowbird resort catering mostly to Canadians and people from the northern Midwest USA. The most interesting Door at The Toscana was the Garage Door. Here from the outside, a very steep entrance. When driving in you almost feels like you’re going to hit it, mostly because the automatic door opener didn’t work very well. from the outside.

Here exiting from below…..

So I thought I would start the year with something different, In this case a joint posting of my images and my husbands. That will happen from time to time.

Below the typical Toscana Condo Entrance, crowded by parked cars:

There are several Condo Buildings, including more upscale townhouses……….

The Condos are where I stayed last year when I was at the Mayo Clinic. All in all, if I had to be sick, it was a pretty nice place to stay,

Cow Doors in the Fields……

A local farmer decided to paint their shed for the live stock and landscape…….

This was an images originally shot for my Frugal Film Project. But as always, too many options to post their…….So Shared Here Instead.

Santa Catalina Casino

First, let’s clarify the meaning of Casino. It really just means a gathering place, not a pace to gamble. ThenCasino At Santa Catalina Island is a music hall.

There are many interesting windows and doors. These are the two main entrances.

And the Ticket Window between the Main Doors.

And finally, the Back Door with a Tourist Guest:

Dear Blogger Friends, as you read this posting I will be returning from a Vision Evaluation at the Mayo Clinic. Long, long journey. You can catch on some of it Saturday when I post another ‘Through the Glass’ update.

Como Doors

We made our annual trip over Boreas Pass. At the south end of the Pass is the town of Como. There are inhabited and restored buildings, such a the Train Station:

But I think many of the abandoned buildings are more interesting:

And them there are the somewhat restored and used buildings:

See More Pictures of Como and the Boreas Pass RailRoad here. Also a lot more doors!