A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Interesting store.Re the birdhouse: There are many of these along the Homosassa canal, to protect a particular and cherished bird of the area.
His middle name must be eclectic, too.
I could spend hours looking at the shop.
Looks like he's a little bit of everything. This store looks to be an adventure.
A fabulous shop Jack with a handsome owner .... and now I know a new word "eponymous" - can't wait to use it somewhere.
I love the word eponymous and also Tyler's merchandise!
Nice smile. He looks like a pleasant fellow. I like eponymous almost as much as palindrome.
Ah, I've learned something new the first thing this morning!! A new word!! And what a fun shop! You do find the best places and the most interesting people!! Hope you've had a great weekend -- so far, but then I think you always do!!
I see lots of lovely things in this store ..
Interesting word, interesting items for sale and I'm will to bet, Tyler is an interesting guy.
Not only do you post great photos, you also add to your vocabulary. Thank you for that.
I wouldn't mind stopping in there!
I like those birds, Jack! I like that word and right now for me I am liking the word 'bespoke'. It seems to be popping up everywhere all of a sudden.
Looks like a very interesting store, with a handsome owner!
Love the birds.
Yes, I certainly do. And palindrome, too.
I love those cute birdies! And Tyler has really nice hair.
Oh I do like Tyler's homemade wares Jack, the birds are delightful.. I enjoy a shop with a eponymous name :)
This will be difficult to believe, but I just looked up the word eponymous yesterday. TRUE!
If you're going to be eponymous it helps to have an interesting name.
Those birds are so cool!
Thank you for the definition. It's a great word I've never bothered to look up. I LOVE the birds!(And there's another one...What is it with brilliant white smiles in Naples??)
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