If you visited my parents, you would assume this main entry was the front door, as it is off the road, and it is where you would park. However, in 1932 when the cottage was built by my great-grandparents, there was no road. The beach was the road. So the front of the cottage faced the beach. For 5 generations now, my family has called the beach the front and the road the back and confused visitors.
Since the back door leads to the driveway, the road, the back lot etc. it is the door we use the most. Every time I went out that door, I walked through a spider web. They like to build across the ramp. Sometimes the web was 1 step out the door and sometimes it was toward the end of the ramp. I never knew where it would be. When I walked out, I tried to remember to hold my arm up and out, so the web wouldn't break on my face.
One morning, the web was to the side of the ramp, meaning I didn't have to walk through it to go out. It was nice to not have to destroy the spider's web. I did feel bad every time it happened.
Thanks to Rosy and the Boyz for hosting Nature Friday and allowing us to share different things from our natural world!