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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!!

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Capulin Volcano National Monument ~ Fall Adventures 9.1.17 Part II

The drive was scenic to say the least, in the distance we could see the cone shaped mountain we thought to be the Volcano. Also we noticed cows grazing all over the beautiful countryside and there we no fences to be seen. I’m not sure how they keep up with their livestock.

Capulin Mountain is 8,182 ft, it was last active 60,000 years ago. It’s also one of the few extinct volcanoes that visitors can walk into.

Beautiful views from the top and a trail that allows you to walk the entire rim of the crater.

This is inside the crater, there is a monument at the bottom and someone is standing there reading it.

As we were leaving the park I snapped this photo, reminded me of Little house on the prairie!

We are off to Raton NM, then we will drive north into Colorado. I will post the day two adventures next. I was anxious to get into the Rockies!