Going skiing — 4 Comments

  1. Another way to look at it is that you’re safeguarding the kids’ inheritance by ensuring that the Manor is not entirely derelict when they eventually attain ownership via your post-mortem estate – unless, of course, you’ve already bequeathed the Manor away to your favourite commenter . . . . in which case, please take care of my profligate retirement fund.

    • That’s not a bad idea – I could auction off the role of benefactor. Highest bidder gets the lot [after I’ve buggered off, of course].

  2. I had to laugh at the strap holding the chimney together. I have had situations such as this.

    Rather than auction it off; leave it to a local government agency on two conditions.

    (1) They make a park out of it and erect a statue of your family on the spot where the house once stood.

    (2) No park visitor will be allowed to wear a mask within the bounds of the park.

  3. You knew that he was a real builder… I thought that was going to be followed by a butt crack reference.

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