When you drive from the middle of the tiny island to the south-west end.
When you reach the small village of Kolby Kaas, then there is on the right side a sign indicating what it’s called and that speed doesn’t exceed 50 km/h – in fact, as the name might not appear on the sign, because in Denmark there rules for this – there must live at least 200 people and yhat number of people not live in Kolby Kaas – on the wrong side of ‘oh no’ on the left side of the road is the “funny” sign.
start by saying it to people who perhaps have never been there before
who stands in the doorway of home and say this ..?
before I say “see you soon” to the guests
also to see how good their manes are.
On the other side of the sign, when you drive out of the villige – they wish you “welcome to Samsø” – maybe that little village on the island don’t belonging to the island..?
Maybe the right place for the sign would be down where the tourists leave det ferry.
Straight out of Kolby Kaas (after you have been welcomed to the island or before you becomes thanks for the visit) is the island’s mill, built in 1898, no longer in use – but acts as a sort of mini museum as tourist can visit.
There are also signs related to a mill the turbine blades must stand as they do – they may not be a cruciform – millers were generally very superstitious and it means bad luck actually would mean that the miller will die soon – if a miller dies, then the family turn the turbine blades so they appear as a cruciform.