Door Boxes: A Face I’d Sail For, but One Ship Short of a Trojan War

Tulsa doorbox

Tulsa doorbox

Tulsa Doorbox Open

Tulsa Doorbox Open

Floyd's doorbox, front

Floyd’s doorbox, front

Floyd's Doorbox, from an angle

Floyd’s Doorbox, from an angle

Floyd's Doorbox, Open

Floyd’s Doorbox, Open

Floyd's Doorbox, bent metal brackets as hooks

Floyd’s Doorbox, bent metal brackets as hooks

Sarah's Doorbox, closed

Sarah’s Doorbox, closed

Sarah's Doorbox, open

Sarah’s Doorbox, open

Jordan's Doorbox (I forgot to take a picture of it closed)

Jordan’s Doorbox (I forgot to take a picture of it closed)

Ivan's Musical Doorbox, closed

Ivan’s Musical Doorbox, closed

Ivan's Musical Doorbox, open

Ivan’s Musical Doorbox, open

 

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2 Responses to Door Boxes: A Face I’d Sail For, but One Ship Short of a Trojan War

  1. Erik The Red says:

    Listen man, I`m glad to see that you`ve found something neat to do, but since I started coming here a few years ago, since you first put up the door boxes, the site`s gone to crap. I hate to be a nitpicker, but what do any of these have to do with post-apocalyptic life?

    • Eric says:

      It’s definitely shifted gears, and if, in your opinion, it has gone to crap, then I’m sorry it’s no longer interesting to you, but I thank you for coming to the site as many times as you did. I don’t get paid to do any of this – in fact, it costs me money to keep the site up. Thus, I only do what makes me happy. As my interests in life have changed, the site has evolved with them. This site represents me, more than a theme, and thus, I completely understand why it would no longer appeal to you. Safe travels, wastelander.

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