Bart Peeters and Jan Leyers are all twenty years of neighbours. Their gardens are adjacent to each other in Hove and both families walk each others door shelf. Nevertheless, it was Bart Peeters a gate to place in the garden, and this for the sake of the youngest Leyers-daughter, Olga. In the past there was a hole in the hedge, so there is free access in each other’s garden, but because Olga in fear of dogs and so not immediately a fan of Pebble, the golden retriever, Bart, the latter has a gate. But that is always open, says Bart Peeters in the Story.