Our home in Cotswold is a 400 years old stone cottage, although tiny in size it is a cute little house with a quiet charm. Located in scenic English countryside, every summer tourists from overseas snap numerous photographs around the village. My father-in-law got very upset a few times when working in the garden – somehow tourists often mistook him as a gardener, so they would ask him to hide behind the cottage, not to get into the “perfect” pictures of the building. Sometimes we have studious travelers buried their noses in Lonely Planet, cross checking everything they read in the book with everything they saw in the street. We thought our visitors might like to see something “historically” trivial – so we put up this sign outside the house, in a position that will make in to a perfect picture.
Wish everyone a nice week ahead.