Taken in Seattle two weeks ago, for Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors.
And here is where you go to see all the other doors.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors, these are my family’s cabins in Ontario, on Lake Matinenda.
First, the log cabin. Built in the early 1940s. I wish I knew the names of the builders. My grandparents hired two men. They built a fireplace and chimney, too.
The Little Cabin is smaller and was built somewhere between 1936 and 1938 by my grandparents, with a smaller room and porch added later.
We sleep in tents, mostly.
And the boat house has doors too:
A lovely trip, with layers and layers of memory for me.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors, a day late.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday Doors. Taken in Tacoma.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors.
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