Thursday Doors – In the Town of Dundas, ON


thanks to No Facilities for hosting Thursday Doors

https://nofacilities.com/2021/02/25/waterbury-doors-thursdaydoors/

Today my husband and I did one of our nature hikes outside of the city but the conditions were less than ideal. Although it was a beautiful, sunny and mild day the melting snow had turned to ice and walking was somewhat treacherous. After visiting a couple of waterfalls near Hamilton we decided to drive into Dundas and walk down the main street and take in the shops. Here are just a few of the interesting doors we observed on our stroll through town.

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17 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – In the Town of Dundas, ON

  1. These are wonderful doors. I’m sorry your adventure was cut short (I understand wanting to avoid the ice) but I am pleased that you decided to look around this town. I like the Carnegie Gallery and the building below it very much. I also like the yellow doors and the doors to the brew pub.

    Thanks for sharing these with us for Thursday Doors.

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