Beaver Hall

By: Lesley

Jun 06 2011

Category: Gananoque

14 Comments

Aperture:f/4.1
Focal Length:11mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/40 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

The Beaver Hall Bed & Breakfast in Gananoque awaits your visit. As the sign over the unusually green door says, this house was built in 1826 with renovations in 1870 and extensive restoration done in 2006.

Participating in Mellow Yellow Monday and Portes de Lundi

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14 comments on “Beaver Hall”

  1. It looks like a lovey place to stay

  2. it’s a beautiful, welcoming door. and i love the color, too…green doors are not common around here.

    P.S. you got your Signs link at MYM.

  3. […] oops, sorry, no yellow here, head over to this post ‹ › LikeBe the first to like this post. […]

  4. Great, Lesley! Very welcoming doors – and a welcome contribution to Monday Doorways.

  5. I like the grill-work on that door.

  6. that’s a nice looking door…it might even be historical.

  7. That green is such a great color, it’s very inviting!

  8. Love the grill work on that door!

  9. Charming and unique door!

  10. Oh my goodness, isn’t this just gorgeous! I’ll have to save this page to show my husband. He grew up in Montreal, and I keep wanting to include Quebec in our travels. How could anyone resist this wonderful yellow and green combination?
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  11. Gorgeous!

    My Mellow Yellow, please come and see.

  12. My gosh, it looks like a scene right out of Ireland!

    COLOR DILEMMA

    Yellow or red—which shall it be?
    Red for you and yellow for me?

    Perhaps you’d rather have yellow instead—
    Which leaves me, of course, with handfuls of red!

    Whichever hue you decide to choose,
    I’ll take the other—no one will lose!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Queen Liliuokalani statue in Honolulu

  13. This is a fabulous door…that is another thing I like to photograph. But must admit I don’t get very many shots.


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