We all love our tiny homes and adventure vans, but it's too rare that we get to see a real, live treehouse for adults. But the guys over at Treehouse Masters built up this sick treehouse deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest near Crystal Mountain designed as a family ski house.
With an outdoor fireplace, 200 square-foot deck, hidden bedroom, and all sandwiched on top of an old Douglas Fir with a hanging double chair to boot, it's a place you'll definitely wish was yours.
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MTN. TOWN, USA — Saying conditions were never this good when skiing was still allowed, snowboarders rejoiced this week after locals-favorite Epic Mountain Resort formally banned skiing. Although the ban has only been in effect since Wednesday, riders have been astonished at the rapidly improving conditions on-and-off trail. Epic Mountain Snowboard Patroller Luke Wallace says he's never seen the mountain look this good. RELATED: Tahoe To Build Wall — Says Reno Must Pay "The moguls were gone
Curiosity killed the cat, but for others–like John “Buff” Buffery–it's a path to endless adventure. Travis Rice tells me Buff's "maybe one of the few true role models I know personally. . . . He implements consciousness and kindness into all aspects of his life and it comes through in his teaching.” So who is Buff? John Buffery is a 59-year-old Association of Canadian Mountain Guide (ACMG) certified ski guide, the Senior Avalanche Officer for the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation
When considering the things that might prevent someone from swimming into pounding Hawaiian surf, missing a limb would seem like a pretty reasonable deterrent. Similarly, when considering the things that might stop someone from pursuing a career in underwater photography–particularly underwater shark photography–missing said limb as the result of a shark attack also sounds like a sensible excuse to stay out of the water for the average person. But then, Mike Coots isn't your average person.