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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Open door


32 comments:

  1. What an interesting photo, Marie: You've really piqued my interest. BTW: it takes me a very long time to have your photos show up. I wonder if you have other viewers with the same problem or if it's just my problem due to my old computer... however, I seem to get other bloggers pix up quickly. Just wondering ????

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    1. The photos are large files, Ginnie, so they take time to load if you have slow interenet connection.

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  2. Open doors can be impossible to resist Marie 😊 This is a very neat, tidy and photogenic storage shed ✨

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    1. This is the neatest shed every, PDP.

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  3. Tools of the trade. I appreciate this pictures so much more after viewing all of your boat and working boat pictures

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  4. I would have expected just such neatness behind the open door of any shed there. It's hard work; why make it any harder with unsorted and misplaced tools.

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    1. So true, Joanne. This is the neatest shed ever though.

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  5. Looks like a fellow OCD Virgo lives there...LOL

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    1. Lol. I’ll have to ask next time I’m there, SW.

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  6. Neat!! Traps of some kind? LOL, don't see this on the prairies!

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    1. Lol. Not many lobsters to trap there, Jenn.

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  7. That is neat and tidy, the person knows where everything is.

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    1. A place for everything, Bill and everything in its place.

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  8. Now there's a neat space! And it made for a wonderful shot.

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    1. It was just asking for a photo, Jenny.

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  9. Interesting photo! Take care Diane

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  10. I know from other earlier posts what these traps will be catching. Wonderful picture! :-)

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  11. I need to talk to him or her for some pointers!! Not for the lobster traps which I have none, but for the boxes, and boxes, and tools... It is not really that bad as I make it sound, but let's say there is "space" for improvement... : ))

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  12. I really like this picture - I would have taken a bit of a peek inside I think!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. I would have too but the owner was nowhere in sight, Stewart.

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  13. What an interesting photo - suggestive of all the work a lobster fisherman has to do.

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