Floyd’s General Store fits in well to the preserved, small-town, New England landscape in Randolph, Vermont. Managed by the Floyd family for three generations, the wooden building has served as a store since 1845. In addition to the usual groceries, the shelves contain a selection of souvenirs including figurines, apple dolls, and Vermont emu oil bath products. In one corner, a collection of chairs surround an old wood stove, creating a popular conversation corner for locals. In summer, it moves onto the benches on the front porch.