“The HemLoft is a self-funded tree house built in Whistler, Canada by amateur builder Joel Allen.
This intricate cocoon sits at the trunk of a mighty hemlock. It hangs on a precipitous slope with a towering stand of hemlocks and is a five minute walk from the nearest road.
He made it from $10,000 worth of free materials he found on Craigslist. He didn’t have money or land, so he used mostly free materials that he could find on the website.”