To start January of 2023 here are a few doors from Maui and New York City. I love weathered doors. For Thursday Doors East Granby Mill – No Facilities.
I photographed the holiday lights at Hudson Yards last year too (Hudson Yards 2 – Sherry Felix – port4u). I like the reflections on the escalators.
Happy New Year to all my friends at WordPress and elsewhere.
We went shopping on Market Street in Wailuku and I found a lovely little shop, Lily on Market Street, where I bought a hand painted limited edition 107/130 linen blouse from Paris. I wanted a Hawaiian style shirt with long sleaves. This one reminded me of Gaugin. I love the old style architecture on Market Street.
After shopping we drove to Kanaha Pond in Kahului then to Kanaha Beach. Before dinner we stopped at the expensive but lovely Makai Glass Maui across the street from the restaurant, the Hali’imaile General Store – Makawao, Maui Restaurant (hgsmaui.com). I had a marvelous steak there. Unfortunately, the waiter informed me that it was not Maui beef, which is what I wanted. Hali’imaile General Store responded to my inquiry saying that they can no longer obtrain local beef and will soon be updating their website. The rest of their food is locally sourced. The food, overseen by Chef Beverly Gannon, whom we briefly met, was terrific.
After a fruitless hunt for a new bathing suite for me (the resort lost it). We went to Paia to look at some shops. This stupa interested us: Maui Dharma Center – Paia, Hawaii.
We enjoyed the old buildings and history in Lahaina on our second day in Maui. See Flag of Hawaii – Wikipedia. We met Marc’s cousin Margaret and her mate there for lunch. Most of the shops along Front Street are tacky.
The mansion has some lovely doors. Posted for Thursday Doors.
Lyndhurst Mansion Ground are not very extensive. Nice views though. The mansion is just below Tarrytown in Westchester County, New York.