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Thursday Doors – January 11, 2018

Here is my entry for Norm’s Thursday Doors – January 11, 2018 challenge.  ENJOY!  I took outhouse door photo this past weekend in Oregon City,  Oregon.

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Cee

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  1. Is there a reverse image on the inside of the door, Cee? This is a great photo—lots of fun in an unexpected location.
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  2. It took me a while before I could tell what part was the door, lol. At first it looked like the left was the door, opened to see the outside… but still it didn’t make sense, because of the roof. When I saw the very right , I finally saw it saw a portapotty.
    You little trickster!

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