We’ve all seen that advert for those toffees, where the granddad gives his grandchild a sweet, while reminiscing about how, when he was the kids age, his granddad gave him sweets as well. Given your perspective on sugar, it’s either a heart-warming take of family tradition, or a vile window into a world of non-biological forced hereditary obesity.
Once upon as time, we thought it was the greatest gift a grandpa could give their little cherubs. However, a granddad from Attleboro, Massachusetts in the US has just given his grandkids the greatest tree house ever made. Kind of beats a toffee, right?
Most tree houses are little more than insect ridden, damp death traps. Not this beaut’. It’s a 40 foot tall, three level masterpiece, built by Jay Hewitt.