Friday, December 19, 2014

Animals, wait outside


Midreshet Sde Boker or Midreshet Ben-Gurion is a wonderful place down south in the Negev desert.
There is a high school, desert research institutes, a campus of Ben-Gurion University, and lots more.
I get the impression it is a pretty laid-back place.
People come there to live or teach or study or do research because they care about nature and ecology, animals and people.

And that's why I smiled when I saw this sign on a campus classroom building --  I guess people there  have to be reminded not to come in with their pets.
Actually, the Hebrew version says "No entry to animals."
(Linking to Camera Critters,  even though there is no critter in the photo.)


William Kendall said...

The pets might have something to say about that. "We'll behave, we promise!

Except if there's cake around."

Hels said...

The building looks well designed to manage the desert heat. Clever walls, small windows, shades at the right angle etc.

Cloudia said...

"Love me - love my dog"

ALOHA from Honolulu

Cloudia said...

Good Shabbos

Linda said...

"Love me, love my cat." LOL! :)

cieldequimper said...

I love the architecture here!

Kay said...

Hmmm.... all pets? I wonder if it was a big problem. :-)

VP said...

An interesting building...

Rob the frog said...

To paraphrase Cloudia: love me- love my cat

José Mendonça said...

I just love the iron structures on the wall and, of course, those beautiful Aloes (or Agaves?) in a row.