Thursday Doors (or gates ;-) )


Thursday Doors is the lovely blog event created by Norm Frampton and you can find more doors here. Norm writes about “Thursday Doors” on his blog:

“Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by using the blue link-up button below. “

Mine will be a little wordless today because I am keen on going back to work on one of my writing projects as well as doing a little more on the Future Learn Course “Reading Macondo“.

This morning though I went for a walk along the Weaver’s Way a former train line as well as a path for the weavers of Norfolk to bring their ware to Yarmouth where they could sell it. Unfortunately, I could not find more information about how they lived and worked.

Today it is a path for us to walk along different parts of Norfolk. When it crosses streets you can find gates with a sign that explains about the Weavers Way. I just felt the urge to do a “Thursday Gates” post out of that experience. Have a great day all of you!

First of all a slide show:

And here the single pictures:


Please click on the photos to see them in full.

More information on the Weavers Way

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15 thoughts on “Thursday Doors (or gates ;-) )

  1. I did gates recently, too, Bee, so no worries and not all of us have historic doors or know the history of the historic doors, so you’re good there, too. I enjoyed the walk. Thanks for sharing it.


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