Day 613 OUT OF Beijing: Why We Walk, Part 7.

 

We didn't see any on-leash humans when we walked by the park.

We didn’t see any on-leash humans when we walked by the park.

 

After Jill and I passed by “The House of Bliss” we started downhill and back to our home.

There is a gorgeous little park, right after the peak of the hill where “The House of Bliss” is located and we noticed a woman sitting there, relaxing and reading a book, who smiled at us as we sauntered by.

There was a fence set up around a part of the fence, and the quotation on it made me laugh.

I’m pretty sure that the off-leash humans would be welcome and I’m wondering if there had been some issues with on-leash humans walking around.

This is, after all, the San Francisco Bay Area and we are known for being different and fun.

I’m guessing what the author of this sign meant was actually, “Off-Leash Pets, And Humans, Welcome” compared to what was printed.

I’m a big fan of using commas, and probably over use them, and this made me smile because it might have been the intention of the author to make it comedic and humorous.

I’m guessing that he or she did intend it and I appreciate subtle punctuation and grammar humor wherever I can find it.

That is why we walk.

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