There's a 94-year-old retired judge named Keith Davison who lives in Morris, Minnesota. And unfortunately, he lost his wife Evy to cancer last year. So he was pretty lonely after that. So he installed an in-ground POOL in his yard this spring . . . said anyone with kids was allowed to use it . . . and he's had people there all summer.
They were married 66 years and had three kids. But he doesn't have any grandchildren. So he decided to attract a few HONORARY grandkids by installing an in-ground POOL in his backyard. His town doesn't have a swimming pool that's open to the public. So he told his neighbors he was going to put in his OWN public pool, and they thought it was just talk.
They're even allowed to use it when he's not home. His only rule is there has to be a parent or grandparent watching them. Obviously it was a major expense, and so is the upkeep. But Keith says he doesn't care. He's just glad to have people around, and he loves having kids there all the time.