On a recent trespassing thread, a comment about privacy got me wondering about how folks feel about their homes and their personal privacy. It seems people vary a lot. For instance, when dh and I are driving around town and the sun starts to go down, he becomes fascinated when we drive past what he calls a âfishbowlâ â meaning a home with all the lights on and curtains wide open, sometimes on a really busy highway. Itâs odd to us that people can do that, because we are so private, and the thought of it gives me creeps! I mentioned it to a friend and she snapped back that we must have something to hide. I donât agree that we have anything in particular to hide, but my comfort level just would never allow me to go about my business feeling âon stageââ¦ We enjoy the country because we prefer the isolation. One of our first priorities when we bought our land was to start landscaping for more privacy. What's your tolerance level?