A Truck Door is a Door, Right?

Here’s the thing: I’ve run out of doors in my little photo archive. My trip to Portugal, a veritable gold mine of doors, is already long ago, and frankly, my hometown is not architecturally door-rich.

But I wanted to share in this week’s fun, so I got out from behind my desk and pounded the nearby pavement, looking for something worthy….

I found this, and submit it with a bit of a cringe….it’s a stretch, but hey! it’s cool…

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I don’t know whose truck this is, but it’s usually parked in this spot. The back of the truck is sometimes full, really FULL of stuff ~ packaged food, kitchen items, clothes, you-name-it.  It’s the freebox with the most style ~ take what you need, leave what you can/don’t need, and share. Today, the back was very slim pickins…but neat truck, right? I mean…door!

I’ve distracted the door-lovers enough ~ for some fantastic, and proper doors, click here for Norm’s Thursday door series.

 

 

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16 thoughts on “A Truck Door is a Door, Right?

  1. Yes, a truck door is a door, and I love your creative approach and alternative offering! The GOTO truck or any other form of exchange is awesome. I love the whole trading principle. We are doing it right now house and pet sitting in return for free and comfortable accommodation and when sailing the Pacific on our boat, we often traded items we no longer needed for fruit and vegetables, and sometimes even wood carvings, with the local people.

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