No time to write. Here's some pictures instead.
Fairy door to a little precious-things shop in Suttons Bay, Michigan.
Garden-statue and other tchotchke store in Suttons Bay, guarded as it says by Winkle the dragon. There's another dragon on the other side of the sidewalk guarded. They're taken in after the shop closes for the day.
The small river feature --- with goldfish inside --- that marks the edge of the garden-statue shop.
Close-up of Winkle the Dragon while bunny_hugger photographs some of the nice shiny things the shop offers.
Trivia: George Barr McCutcheon's novel Brewster's Millions (basis for the several movies) was originally published in 1902, under a pseudonym; it would sell at least five million copies in McCutcheon's lifetime. Source: The Kid of Coney Island: Fred Thompson and the Rise of American Amusements, Woody Register.
Currently Reading: Go, Flight! The Unsung Heroes of Mission Control, 1965 - 1992, Rick Houston, Milt Heflin.