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tree house living

tree house living how to live and design a place to live in harmony  with mother earth

Location: the forrest
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Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2014

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Comment by John The Wudman on November 7, 2013 at 7:23am

Interesting timing. Although I am heading west, away from my rural cabin, I intend to come back this spring, tear down the cabin and rebuild a smaller treehouse into a robust, three trunk oak.

Comment by Fink Tuttle on September 30, 2013 at 4:07pm

 PEACE TO YOU CLOUD AND PEACE TO YOU PRETENDER AND ALL ELSE AS WELL I AM SPLITTING FROM MICHIGAN SOON DONT KNOW WHERE ILL LAND YET HOPE TO FIND SOME GOOD EARTH TO LIVE ON I'LD LOVE TO DO SOME CAMPING :)

Comment by Jesse Rose Spiritsong... on August 9, 2013 at 12:11am

Comment by Jesse Rose Spiritsong... on August 9, 2013 at 12:11am

hi, thankyou for the group invite.....i recently bought some land. would be open to the possibilities of others coming there to help out....need someone to bring some green energy or also help to generate some...PM if interested, thanks.

Comment by Cloud McSmith on July 26, 2013 at 1:15pm

Peace!  I am really interested in getting the idea of tree house living going again.  I want to get away from all those authority figures, cops, judges, etc..... We use to protest logging with EarthFirst! by tree sitting....

We could use some Old Growth trees in Jackson State Demonstration Forest, in Mendocino County, California.  I know a place where its free to camp all summer long, not many rules, and we could use an Old Growth Grove about 6 miles from the nearest State Highway.  Its really beautiful there, under the trees, by this little creek!

There is a big campground about 7 miles away.  Its very remote.

Whsst do you think?

Peace and Love, Brothers and Sisters!

Cloud

Comment by Candy Carroll on July 8, 2013 at 5:41am

Are you interested in a Missouri location? How long do you want to stay in one location? Lance's land is in a Pine Forest next to live water.

Comment by Candy Carroll on July 7, 2013 at 8:43am

My friend, Lance, would welcome someone building a Tipi on his land. I, too, might like a Tipi on my land. Many things to consider. (I can not come to this site often.)

 

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