From Cindy, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Batter up!
And Cindy snapped these at a bakery in Château-Richer, Quebec, called “Chez Marie.”
Pat found these at the Outback Steakhouse in Williamsburg, Virgiania.
Judy found these simple shapes at Lobkowicz Museum at the castle in Prague.
From my cousin Robert the Fireman, the doors at Hopatcong, New Jersey, Defiance Engine Company 3.
I snapped this western sign at The Carriage House in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We were there for the wedding of my friend Lisa’s lovely daughter, Jordan.
From Carol, the Lake Lure Inn in Lake Lure, North Carolina:
And from Carol too, the Orange Blossom Country Club at the Villages.
Here’s the unisex door at Pizza Tap, down the street from my daughter Laura in Dallas, Texas.
And to wrap it up, one of the oddest doors I’ve even found. Well I didn’t really find it. A waiter led me to it.The door is not labeled and is hidden in a wall made of puffy vinyl panels. Cliff and I stopped at the restaurant for a drink in New York City. I’ve lost the name of the place, but they sure boast one wacky door.
Finally, blogging friend Jena Henry introduced me via Twitter to toilet paper origami. Learn more here. Find plenty of ways to decorate the end of your toilet paper on Pinterest, too. I wonder if I can convince Cliff that our toilet paper rolls need a bit of sprucing up. Does that seem like a good use of a retired husband’s time?