This sign is on the fence around Ralph Lauren's 17,000 acre ranch a few miles outside Ridgway, Colorado. Evidently, some locals are not impressed.
Ranchers shake their heads over the way the fence (miles and miles of it) is built. Livestock tend to lean and rub against fences. With the rails on the outside, it's easier for cattle to push them off the vertical posts. But Lauren liked the look of the rails on the outside. Because he's a designer, not a rancher.
Ralph has some gigantic teepees on his ranch for selected guests. Naturally they're decorated just so. However there's so much decor going on that there's almost nowhere for guest to put their luggage. The nightstand has stuff on it. The side table has stuff on it and under it. The coffee table has stuff on it. The trunk has stuff on it. The headboard and footboard have stuff on them. All looking great, but totally impractical. Because he's a designer, not a hotelier.