The Fair was held in the James T.Beaumont Community Center, named after the first African-American councilman in La Grange (1969).
The doors were kinda boring, but check out the mailbox.
We didn’t use the front door, anyway; we used the back doors.
Aww, look at that cute li’l shed! With doors!
After we unloaded our stuff, I parked the car a couple of blocks away to leave room for customers and walked back. I checked out doors, of course, because DOORS. The doors are far away, but I wanted you to see how early in the morning we rise and busy ourselves for your reading pleasure.
So I started across the parking lot and — Ooooo! What’s this?
The DeHaven Baptist church, erected in memory of Judge S. E. DeHaven in 1923. Innit GORGEOUS?
And they had a couple of doors in the back, too.
La Grange is a super-cool town, with a working railroad running right through the middle of it. We love to go there, for whatever reason, although it usually has to do with selling books. 🙂
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Your character is out very early in the morning.