We love discovering inspiring stories of beautiful people achieving their dreams. One of these people is Foster Huntington, a guy who wanted to see his childhood dream come true: a tree house. And he built not one, but two tree houses perched on two trees over a skate bowl and a wood fired tub. He gathered a bunch of friends in the spring of 2014 and started working on what has now become a project raising money on kickstarter.
The cinder cone treehouses were built with the help of professional carpenters but also thanks to some great people that had nothing to do with the carpentry, but with the idea of building a dream. The multi-platform treehouse is located in a breathtaking landscape in Skamania Country, Washington and after 12 months of hard work they were finally able to enjoy the beautiful surroundings from high up. The interior is just what they need, nothing superfluous or luxurious, but who needs that when you feel on the top of the world and you rejoice the inner child.
All along their great journey they took thousands of pictures and Huntington’s next project through kickstarter is to inspire other people by publishing a book that documents the entire process, from the first sketches to the building steps and the final product.
You can land them a hand on their page and check their story in the cool video they made, helped by Farm League.
June 5, 2015