Treehouses

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Toys that leave something to the imagination are hard to come by.   Even harder are those that actually aim to encourage your kids to...

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Catching a glimpse of this picture on Pinterest, I was immediately inspired to learn more about the building and artist who created it.  What a find to...

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Completed and dedicated in 2006, the Anthony Chapel, designed by Jennings + McKee is the new star of the Garvan Gardens.   Garvan Gardens is...

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Envy is almost getting the best of me.  One of my favorite regular bloggers has recently gone on an adventure that I long to embark...

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I am drooling over the Yestermorrow Design Build School and though it is almost the end of January, I have a new, new years resolution....

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Which should be the before and which should the the after? I decided, finally, to go with the more encouraging version. While it is snowy...

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I found it!! ....This is the inspiration shot that is helping me get my head around the upgrades we plan to make to our tree...

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  Nearly a hundred years ago a Swedish born bean farmer named Axel Erlandson settled in California and in an effort to entertain his family...

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Known as the "Mother of all willow palaces" this living structure (palace really) was created in 1998 in Aeurstedt, Germany in the region between Weimar...

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Trees are falling outside and it is SO utterly distracting.  I have the TV on to try and distract from the sound of chainsaws and...

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Patrick Dougherty's stick structures are captivating landscape art created from basic building materials (sticks). I learned about Patrick when I posted about Where the Wild...

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I was so excited to take my little people  to see "Where the Wild Things Are" last Friday evening - though I had a little...

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I have to share this treehouse with you....before it is gone.  Yes, the owner is sadly being forced to tear it down. Sprout mentioned this...

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The snow is falling outside for the first time this year and already I am longing for the days of summer (the days that I...

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Location, Location, Location is the golden rule of real-estate that should be applied universally to outbuildings and play structures too.   By putting these buildings in...

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You might remember early last December when we had a terrible ice storm here. While we still are cleaning up, we have decided to try...

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This weekend was the final act of a project that has been on my mind in my que for over a year and half. It...

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As the winter warms to spring, I am looking to build on to our tree platform...make it a tree house once and for all... I...

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