This guy wondered if he was in the wrong for trying to be a good neighbor to some folks who made a snap judgement about him.
As the OP, u/goodneighbor123 wrote to r/AmItheA**hole, he and his family moved to Ontario, Canada, where the conditions are frosty cold. Since he’s familiar with the weather conditions, he writes that he often puts his wife’s windshield wipers up before a storm. Then, he strolls the neighborhood to where his five other neighbors live and puts their wipers up for them, just in case they forget. Typical “good neighbor” behavoir, right? Well, the new folks in town didn’t take kindly to a stranger touching their property.
After the OP got yelled at by these new people, he decided to just do exactly as they asked: get off their property and never touch their belongings again. When the neighbors then needed his help the literal next day, they were shocked to see that he was complying with what they said. You can’t have it both ways! In the comments, some people advised the OP to not even interact with the family until they resolve the issue.
Then, these sellers really thought they had hidden treasures in their homes, but the buyers of this random trash aren’t so sure.