Adventure lurks under the wild cherry tree
A fresh sea breeze sweeps through the artfully designed park with its old tree population. There a treehouse snuggles under a wild cherry tree like a „Heidschnucke“ sheep. Curious as it is, it peeks out from under it. A shy yawning, then it stretches out its 12 foot long suspension bridge. It receives little visitors on its crows nest who climbed up the ships ladder. The bunch of rascals whirls around the ash tree once and sways over the bridge freehand.
With open doors, warm lighting and laid table the treehouse welcomes its Drummels* and Knoettwroeters**. Well-fed and with red cheeks they rise from the corner bench, climb up the ladder to the sleeping loft and snuggle up in thick down duvets. They tell scary storys to each other until someone starts snoring.
In the morning fog they have a quick breakfast, adventure is calling. The treehouse sends off the Knoettwroeters down the fire pole. The Drummels swish down the 120 feet long zip line all the way to the willow tree. Over the fragrant flowering meadow they all run towards a majestic oak tree. One half claims the two swings, hanging down from a branch 12 feet up in the air. The others push as strong as they can for them to fly always higher. You can’t be closer to heaven.
Hi am just about to try and build a tree house in my garden , am aged 71 and my kids thing I’m crazy ,I just laugh .Will be on to you to order your hardware and may ask a few question if you don’t mind .
Cheers from an excited man in Ireland
Hi Michael, thanks for you message! Once your kids find themselves on the porch of your treehouse sipping a drink with you, they might still think you’re crazy. But they’ll be looking forward to becoming your age one day:) However, shoot us your questions and we’ll try to answer all of them. There’s also a huge FAQ-section at the treehouseshop-site, but you propably went there already.
Cheers from Munich, Christopher