My dad built me a great tree-house when I was younger. Actually, it wasn't in a tree, but it was about 9 feet off the ground on 4 big posts. It had a deck with a swinging door when you came up the ladder. Then you went in through a door with a small window so I could see who was at the door. The inside had a small desk with a bench and the walls had a window with shutters on them. The roof was shingled to protect me from the rain, and also had a rope ladder to climb up to the roof from the side of the deck. It was the coolest friggin thing in my youth! I was the envy of every little turd in the neighborhood!<br><br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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WoW<br>When I was in pre teen age.<br>We had a 650 hill that was covered in jungle and tress, about 1 mile away. The hill also boardered another neighborhood.<br><br>Friends and I constucted a 2 story Fort so to speak useing trees that was available near by and we hoisted up our flag - I know now that was bad to cut down the trees.<br><br>The nieghboring community of that hill had the same ideal about conquering that hill. We would have to defend it in battle. Each weekend our troops would hike up the hill armed only with sling shots, the ammo was little Pinecones and our battle dress was heavy jackets and safty glasses.<br><br>Sadly the fort was over run after a 2 year battle with heavy loses - we all grew up.<br><br><br><br>
My treehouse was never that cool but it seemed great for my brothers and I at the time. We used to sleep overnight in it keeping the racoons and squirrels company.<br><br>Here's my idea of a tree house today. <br><br><br><br>
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