Thursday Doors: A Man’s View

The Bumble Bee
The Bumble Bee

My husband, ever on assignment to photo doors for me, was in Tucson, Arizona on business and decided to jaunt over to the Pima Air & Space Museum for a look-see at all  these wonderful vintage planes. He thought there were some great doors here and so do I! Now, I am looking at these planes and must admit I do not know one from the other, ( I can see my husband’s look of horror as I name these planes as I see them) as he is out on another assignment. So I will post only some of the photos and wait until I get the official name of the rest! So as a girl would do it…………..

Over and Back
Over and Back
Topper
Topper
Glass Nose
Glass Nose
Short and Black
Short and Black
Big Door
Big Door
Small Door
Small Door
Bigger door
Bigger Door
Family Door
Family Door
Up Up and Away
Up Up and Away
Fold Up Wings
Fold Up Wings
Underbelly
Underbelly

And finally The Big Picture painted on the wall! One of my favorites, it shows where everybody in the aircraft sat!

The Big Picture
The Big Picture
This is just one of many photos in the Thursday Door Collection featured by Norm2.0!   Won’t you join in or take a peak at all the doors?

 

 

 

 

 

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Norm 2.0 says:

    Wow – serious kudos to your hubs. He came back with a whole bagful of wonders from this doorscursion. Well done 🙂

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    1. He sent me tons of photos, the only one I recognized was the one he flew in the Gulf War!

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  2. Brilliant place to find some unusual Thursday Doors. I love the Bumble Bee.

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    1. It is the smallest airplane

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  3. Pistachios says:

    That diagram on the wall is actually quite helpful. I remember reading Catch-22 and being a bit confused about how these war planes worked, and where everyone sat. It bothered me that I couldn’t picture it properly

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    1. I know! I liked that as well because I was never sure where everyone sat!

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  4. Nice post; hubby did a nice job taking the photos and I’m sure he doesn’t mind your descriptions as long as you don’t publish his name 😉

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