well, digging through my stash of doors I found this gem for Norm’s Thursday Doors this week. To be honest, I don’t remember where I took this one. I think it was in Manhattan on the lower east side. But, I am loving it! Check out the window flower box on the ledge above, cute, right!
The Mantauk Club in Park Slope Brooklyn
A private school downtown Brooklyn
The view from the back of the is house is off the Promonade and a spectacular close up view of Manhattan
Photos taken in Skagway Alaska. The number on this building is not necessarily the street address but rather, the year it was built. This place is amazing!!
For Norm’s Year End Thursday Doors recap. To see what others have done go here
Only a couple this week. I’ve been falling off on my door excursions lately. The door was rather plain compared to the surround. So detailed! This actually looked like there were apartments in here, as opposed to a private home. Truly eye catching. This was around Jerolomon St, downtown Brooklyn.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors. It’s the entrance of a school on Joralemon St downtown Brooklyn. The building has been around since 1845? Not sure if that’s referring to the building or the institution. But it sure looks like money. Gorgeous! You can read more about it here.
One of the building’s in Ketchikan Alaska. It was not occupied, a bit tiny. But solid looking. Alaska had a different vibe. This is one of the doors that jumped out at me. Maybe I was just too busy looking.
My first glacier. A very Misty day.
The houses were on the side of the mountain. To get to these homes were a set of stairs. No roads. They must have great legs.
This boat, the Aleutian, used to be on the show the Deadliest Catch (crab fishing) There it was in Port as we got there. It’s now doing tours. On that show the boat looked humongous. It’s not as big I thought it was. Very cool to see though.