We visited Pecos Pueblo National Monument a number of years ago. Not really any Doors there, bit the entrance to the Office had some interesting Doors:
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,
An interesting Experience……….Starting with a Rib Roast that was twice as large as we wanted. Ordered 6 pounds from Whole Foods and got 6-bones = 14 lbs.:
Never Fear….we cooked half and froze half for Valentine’s Day:
The rest if our Christmas was more normal, starting with our Table Setting:
And Our Christmas Tree:
W spend a lot of time off road in the mountains. Came across the cabin ‘reconstrution’ at some point. But I can’t remember exactly where…..
Our only explanation for this door is some type of construction going on behind……
Didn’t seem to have anything to do with Batteries, Bulbs or Pizza?
The Actual Equinox was this morning. But on the evening of the Equinox the Sun shines though a window in our Living Room vaulted ceiling, all the way across the house to out Family Room and hits the Fireplace:
Three weeks post surgery and now with the corrective prism in my left lens:
Still trying to get used to seeng quasi-stereo vision. I was told that it might take until December to finally resolve my vision problems.
I think either way I’m going to have a permanent disability to deal with.