DAN ‘S THURS. DOORS – Aug 5

Like this door, but a little too much text – don’t you think?
All the doors in this post are found in Old Town Sacramento.
They have kept the outside of the buildings in the style
of the Goldrush ca. 1850 that made California so well known.

Judging from the mask, I took this image during the pandemic of 2020
As a matter of fact it was July 4th, and we did not want to stay home, moping!!
We found some restaurants and shops (non-essential!) open:)
California may be known as a democratic state, but that is “the news” slant.
There are plenty who have been defying the tyranny of the lockdowns!
But what about all those people who died….?
Just an example, in Huntington Beach 177 people died. No, not 177.000!

Another non-essential open door.The streets were not empty.
I just waited like I always do until all the pedestrians were out of the way.

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12 thoughts on “DAN ‘S THURS. DOORS – Aug 5

  1. I like the doors. There is a lot of writing on that first one, but it’s still a cool door. It does convey a goldrush vibe. The second door is beautiful. I love those big glass panes.

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    1. Hey, I thought you were on vacation? This is for coming Thursday. Glad you liked the doors. Had planned to take two weeks off, but I am more addicted to blogging than I thought, lol!

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  2. Lots of writing on that first door…love it!

    I am going to start a new site again soon as this is running out of space too. Haha too much photos, I guess. And my post for Thursday doors is coming from another site too so that it starts a new space. Gotta be inventive so as not to pay haha Have a good day Emille.

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    1. I thought about that too, to have more than blog – but that means probable more time involvement – on second thought – maybe not:) But we both have good ideas, haha! Have a great weekend Teresa!

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