Thursday Doors: from random travels ~ 10.12.17

This is a really rustic eating establishment/saloon with original wood floors and the old intricately carved wooden bar. A real Old West feel in New Braunfels, TX

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Collegiate English Tudor home built in the 1920’s 15,000 sq ft. I get to hang out here a few times a year!

Downtown Tulsa Oil Boom building

1930’s Castle I hiked to in Davis OK.

In the Arbuckle Mountains

NORM’S THURSDAY DOORS

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Thursday Doors: from random travels ~ 9.28.17

This beautiful door is from NYC’s Theological Seminary.

Rogers State University in Claremore OKlahoma was est. in 1909, I have to think this was one of the original doors from that period.

(Home of Will Rogers) Will Rogers

Replica of The Founder of the City of Dallas ~ John Neely Bryan’s cabin, Founders Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Cabin ~ Founder’s Plaza

This red door and red tulips caught my eye while shopping in Tulsa Ok

Doors & Fire-escapes so common and a necessity in NYC.

If you love doors you can check out Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge here.

Happy Thursday everyone!!

Thursday Doors ~ 9.14.17~ Doors of NYC

Trying to learn and understand all things blog! I have happened across a Thursday Doors challenge and because I have always loved doors, I will post a few from my recent NYC trip.

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                     The Plaza Hotel, It was High Tea Time!

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 Walking the streets of NYC I took many photos of Doors,

Oh… if they could only speak the stories they could tell!

 

img_2710                      I love the street numbers on the doors, the are all so unique, the lights are so

old and interesting also!

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                      Those details though!

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Elevator doors need love too! This one is in The Chelsea Market.

Life’s an adventure!

  • Your life is what you make of it and I choose to make mine an adventure!

Traveling, discovering and seeing new places is one of my favorite things to do, I travel as much as my job allows, which means a lot of short trips close to home and an occasional longer journey to a new place I’ve yet to explore.

I love big cities, their museums, history and different cultures but I am mostly drawn to nature and the beauty of God’s handiwork.

I have purchased a National Park Passport and I am anxious to visit as many as I can along with some of the state parks in my area.

I find myself taking a lot of photos so I will never forget the places I’ve been and seen. Recently I’ve been thinking that a travel blog would be a great way to document my adventures although I’ve never blogged before, this will just be one more adventure I will try my hand at and embark on.