The horse float door
I spotted this door while out walking recently. Our little town (Tumbarumba) is quite a horsey place and at the time there was a week long pony club camp happening with youngsters and horses everywhere. It’s usually a stinking hot week and this year was no exception! The camp culminates in a parade down the main street led out by the local Tumbarumba Pipes and Drums band, with all the pony clubs represented following behind with their manes and banners flying. It’s a great scene.
I know a horse float may not constitute as a ‘real door’ but the bit I’ve circled caught my eye and made me smile. In case you can’t read it – ‘One Bucking thing after another’.
We’ve just had our annual New Year’s Day Rodeo, Pony Club camp and next up is the Tumbarumba Cup Race Day, so I think the horse float door is very fitting for this time of year. I have a confession to make – I have lived here for many years and have never been to the rodeo and only go to the races every few years or so. I don’t think I’m their target audience!
I also must admit I was glad none of my daughters were interested in horses when they were growing up!
It’s always lovely to join in with door lovers around the world for Thursday Doors.
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