User talk:Ebyabe

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Villa Vizcaya, in Miami. I took this photo, as well as the others on this page. Plus about 20,000 or so others.
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Wikipedia-logo-v2-en.svgThis user is one of the 200 most active English Wikipedians of all time.
Chinsegut Hill Manor House04.jpg HubbardHouseCrescentCity.jpg Daytona Beach Post Office03.jpg
Old Volusia Cty Crths 01.jpg De Leon Springs manatee01.jpg Columbia Falling Creek Church02.jpg
Floral City Tsala Apopka Lake.jpg Glen Saint Mary Nursery01.jpg Howeyhouse01.jpg
KerrCityHistDist03.jpg Townsend Bldg Lake Butler01.jpg Largo Johnson Bldg01.jpg
Motemorris01.jpg Suwannee County Courthouse01.jpg Lloyd Railroad Depot01.jpg
Burnsed Blockhouse05.jpg Maitland Art Center south09.jpg Florida Marineland detail04.jpg
Monticello opera house03.jpg Mount Dora Lakeside Inn03.jpg New Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruins11.jpg
New Smyrna Woman's Club01.jpg Newberry Hist Dist School02.jpg Tusc Park Hist Dist Ocala03.jpg
À ringraziè vi (Corsican), Zikomo (Chichewa)

or

Wiliwni (Abenaki), ngiyabona (Zulu)

That's thank you, from A to Z (by word or language). Sometimes I'm not good about thanking folks who thank me for my aimless fiddling around on Wikipedia. So in case I do forget, this should cover it. If you'd like more words of appreciaton, find them here.

Hey, they even have translations of the classic My hovercraft is full of eels!

Here (and on my user page) are a few of the photos I've taken in my NRHP roadtrips. More to be found here.

Also, if you have an issue with me on Wikipedia, please comment here on Wikipedia. Not on Wikicommons, not on WikiVoyage, not on the Tardis Wikia. Here. Or not at all.

Season's Greetings[edit]

Season's Greetings (small).jpg FWiW Bzuk (talk) 01:29, 23 December 2019 (UTC)

 :) --Ebyabe (talk) 02:35, 23 December 2019 (UTC)

Liberty Billings[edit]

Greetings Ebyabe. This man's house, adorned with his Great Floridian plaque, appears to me to be party of the Fernandina Beach Historic District. Is that correct? The photo of the house is the one at 222 North 5th Street? I do see the 222 numbers on it. Thanks. FloridaArmy (talk) 21:45, 10 January 2020 (UTC)

Yes, it's part of the Fernandina Beach Historic District. --Ebyabe (talk) 02:30, 11 January 2020 (UTC)