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Johns Garage #ThursdayDoors ©Evelyn Dortch

This is a picture of my neighbor’s garage which opens onto the street behind us.  I love the way this tells a story of time.  The doors are from two different era’s as well as the open 9-5 sign in the middle.  John said that was how it was when he moved there so he’s not sure if it was a store or a car repair place or if someone just put that sign up there.  I think it makes for a very interesting photo.

7 thoughts on “John’s Garage #ThursdayDoors

  • Dan

    They need a little TLC but it does make for a great photo. I like the sign.

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  • greg1948

    I still haven’t made up my mind if the photo should be used commercially in a calendar, or we should call in a wrecking crew! If the “Open 9 – 5” sign is metal, you might want to pull it off the wall when no one is looking and sell it on ebay! Old metal signs are a hot commodity.

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    • Evelyn

      Probably need the wrecking crew 🙂 I have always found something beautiful about old falling down buildings. The sign is metal and I have thought about taking it but I don’t think my neighbor would like that 🙂

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  • Judy@NewEnglandGardenAndThread

    I like John’s doors and his sign. I’m thinking he doesn’t use them too much though based upon the plants growing in front. 🙂 One could say weeds, but I think I see Queen Anne’s Lace which I consider to be a beautiful flower. 🙂

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    • Evelyn

      Yes it is Queen Anne’s Lace. There are lots of plants others consider weeds that I find beautiful;

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  • Norm 2.0

    They have seen better days no doubt, but there’s just so much character in old weather-worn doors.
    Nice share 🙂

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  • Josee Houde

    I absolutely love them!

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