If I didn’t know as much as I do about how Pembrokeshire works, I’d find that slightly patronising. As it is, I decide to find it amusing. He’s a nice man whose spirit and skills are in practicality – mechanical problem-solving, farming – not in commercial rental management, and some people have undoubtedly been taking advantage. But he really should have had someone check it out before publishing. Some of these so-called ‘rules’ are absurd, not to say self-contradictory, and a lawyer would have a field day if it ever came to it – not that it will, Pembrokeshire law is mostly about how to avoid itself.
Some things called O-rings in the shower mixer unit have been damaged, probably by my insufficient unscrewing of the tiny grub screws when removing it for over-wintering, resulting in a slight, steady drip. Joseph might have some spare ones, or can get some, and will fit them. A list of the rescues he’s performed for me over the years would bore you to snores and probably overflow the internet. I have to allow him a few stupid rules, don’t I?
The sea never changes, and is never the same.