Years from now people may wonder what took place here. Here ,being the farm house surroundings on the ranch where John's cattle live. The grandson of the owner is planning to move in the house and he is
Tearing up Jack as the saying goes. He has ripped all the paneling out from the 70's when the house was built. The ceiling tile is gone. Well not gone, but in the boat. Yes he moved that boat that John has given to several renters to the front of the house and is piling all the trash in it. He has a big piece of machinery digging a hole where he plans to put all this and burn it, then cover it over. I don't blame him as he will be heir or half heir someday. When the time comes he will have a nice place. The house is old and renters have not treated it nicely. He plans to completely rewire it, insulate, install sheetrock and paint inside and out, new cabinets, the works. Their first baby is due in February so with a full time job I don't know if he is going to meet the deadline he has set for himself. Years from now someone will be digging (perhaps to build a skyscraper) and dig up strange things that didn't burn and wonder what went on here. A skyscraper on the ranch? It could happen. My husband, Mel's grandmother's ranch is in the city of San Antonio now with every kind of business you can imagine. A place where she cooked on a wood stove, where we hunted for deer. A quiet peaceful ranch in the country that has come alive with the noise and hustle and bustle of city life.