Welcome, all the good regular and irregular door people, and see the doors that most pleased our top door expert over the years.
And #8!!!!! That’s it, I’m getting on a plane NOW and heading straight there. I’m going to knock on that door and tell the people who live there that they have to get out because I am moving in 😀.
This is what he said two years ago in a comment to a Thursday Door post, and this is what he is doing right now. I hope that the kind people in Volterra, who live on #8, the door in the first photo in the gallery above, read my blog so they can get ready.
Yes, I’m talking about Norman of Thursday Doors, and this is the reason why I’m standing in for him and host this week. While he is coming to Italy, you are invited to leave the link to your door post under the blue frog right here.
Today you can see twenty doors in my wider neighbourhood, including some from Siena and Rome, since I’m located in Capalbio in the south of Tuscany between the two, an hour 45 minutes drive to either.
Just as last week’s doors were a selection from my first blog, today’s were handpicked by Norm as favourites from several Thursday Doors posts on my second blog. If you are wondering, this is my third. And if anybody still doesn’t know:
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Guest-hosting Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge this week.