That's telling 'em!
I'm sure it's common for folks to stroll up to that door, peruse the signage, and disappointedly leave.
It's ok, if you knock first and they let you in.... then you have tacit approval. Right? unclebuck
I believe this may be a shelter of some sort rather than a business.
based on the condition of the intercom/doorbell box, it does not look like they have much patience for sign reading.
Imagine my surprise when I saw this photo of grammy's front door.It brought back many wonderful memories.
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