I captured this shiny door at the Carolina Ale House, a fun sports bar in Durham, North Carolina.
And a first! A door from a male reader: Ed. He snapped this at Ruby’s Cowboy Buffet and Steak Room in Bryce Canyon, Utah, during a Road Scholar (aka Elderhostel) tour of the Southwest national parks.
When I told Ed, who is married to my friend Judith, that he’s the first man to send me a door, he replied, “Sure. Always happy to be the first! I lurked around, I mean checked out, most of the ladies’ room doors as we toured, but most were very unexciting. I thought this was nice and cowgirl-ish. It was at the end of a separate hallway, making it a bit awkward to approach, but I did it in the name of science, or blogging, or something like that….”
Readers Lisa and Judy found this door in Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands, while on a sailing trip. Judy writes, “It was a unique door but a bit vulgar. The inside of the restroom was mostly pink.” The door graces Sidney’s Peace and Love Restaurant, and the owner’s daughters were named Strawberry and Blossom.
I found this clever door at the Oval Park Grille in Durham.
Duke fan Nancy discovered this devilish number at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
This one’s from newlywed Beth, who honeymooned in Savannah, Georgia. The restaurant’s name is Goosefeathers!
Two photos from the Fish House on Carlyle Lake in Carlyle, Illinois, sent by reader Pam.
And a first! The back of a ladies room door. Here’s the actual door:
And here’s what it looks like in the mirror:
This clever door graces the ladies room at Hot Tin Roof, a bar right down the street from me, which proves you never know what you’ll find on the back of a door in your own backyard.
The Ladies Room Door Art Series is flourishing. Thanks to all of you. Keep those cameras ready!