North Lamine/#Thursday Doors

I’m offering up a continued edition of last week’s Thursday Doors post. This one is on the opposite side of the tracks in Sedalia, Missouri.

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 Directly to the left of where I stood for that Big Sky View to be more precise. This building at 118 North Lamine I learned through a phone call, yes I still have a land line, has been a moving/storage business for around 80 years. Currently State Fair Moving and Storage operate from here. Prior to that, the informer says he believed it was a carriage building business. It is not on the list I found for the National Historical Register in Sedalia. But in my opinion, it should be. I’m still waiting for a phone call or email of the person who is supposed to know all the good stuff. Til then I hope you enjoy a little slideshow of this golden oldie.

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Please take a moment to visit Norm 2.0 for other great entries in his weekly Thursday Doors challenge!

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Owl Be Darned/Thursday Doors

With all the hubbub about that supermoon, of course I had to take at least one photo.

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I’m sorry, but not really impressed that much. With the photo I mean. 😉

In order to collect some material for Thursday Doors, we took an evening drive through the one and only Downtown Sedalia.

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I can’t tell you what resides behind this door. It could be a residence for all I know.

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But I can assure you, the owl is not real.

I wonder if it really keeps the pigeons away??

For other Thursday Doors entries, click this link and then the blue button at the bottom of Norm’s post.