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Plans to build a swimming pool with pallets

Marcelo created at his home this swimming pool-jacuzzi with some wooden pallets. Simply using the pallets to create the walls of the pool, he only had to place some at the basis, and some others on…

Bed nest ..amazingly awesome!

Amazing outdoor nest bed this would be an awesome get out of the house and a good place to hang with friends

Tree fort with climbing wall access!  How cool is this!  :-)

Tree fort with climbing wall access! 🙂 Tree fort with climbing wall access! 🙂 was last modified: April 2014 by admin

Been doing this for years! My mother-in-law taught it to me! Unopened can of condensed milk + 8 hours on low (completely submerged in water) in the crock pot + cool down in the fridge = Caramel! This is the best cararmel Ive ever had, let alone made! Its so easy! Need to try this! What???

Just need one more little house in the trees somewhere and then all my kids would have their own place to play, awesome!

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How to Tie Knots to Build a Rope Bridge

How to Tie Knots to Build a Rope Bridge thumbnail I have a spot for a small one of these at the back of the property then I could make a walking loop

Wow! My dream tree house! Chris build this for me please!

giant kids tree house in family backyard.How amazing would this be to have in your backyard? I'm pretty sure the parents and their friends would be in there just as much as the kids! This is my dream home. I'd live in there forever and never come out!

land-ethic:  “We built this tree house together in six weeks for under $4000. Reclaimed oak wood cutoffs make up the floor, and all windows and doors were salvaged. Inside is complete with a sleeping loft and composting toilet. Tree house. Wee house. You & Me house.”

Reclaimed oak wood cutoffs make up the floor, and all windows and doors were salvaged. Inside is complete with a sleeping loft and composting toilet." (From a post on Living Off the Grid)

I always wanted a tree house growing up (alas, all the trees in my yard were puny). I'd love to be able to give my kids a basic tree house they can help build and decorate. Honestly though, I'm a little surprised how many images I had to sort through on my search engine before coming across this one. Tree houses are so complicated now; whatever happened to a simple box with windows? Hint for the parents: I really don't think your kid will care that you spend five-hundred+ on his tree house.

How To Build a Backyard Tree House

Growing up tree houses are something that kids and teens(like myself) love to enjoy.Alas the trees in my yard are too small to build one,but maybe one day I will get to have one.Anyway here is how to build a simple backyard tree house.

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