Tree Houses Part 1

Homer, Alaska.


This is the main house. It's hard to tell because of the tall grass but the home is held up by nothing more than the pole going thru the home and sticking out of the top (it maybe an old tree trunk still in the ground, not sure).


I've heard from people who have met him that this one has 2 floors, electricity, a monitor for heat, a bed, TV, and small kitchen, but no running water or plumbing. He lives in this tree house year round I guess. But all that is hear-say. I've also heard that there's been articles in I think the Anchorage paper about his houses. I say houses because he has a few of these on the property (as seen in the other picture).

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  • marmotfotos PRO 6y

    I would love to live in an egg. But it doesn't appear to have any windows.
  • -bossco- 6y

    There's at least one window... If you follow the crease in the little porch roof to the left you should see it. It's tiny and triangular - if I remember correctly there's another one on the other side of the door.
  • Jelle 6y

  • Avant-Gardenist 6y

    i love you just the way you are, please come h ♥ m e
  • Elisa Petrini 4y

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Taken in July 2003
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