Huckberry | Shelter: A Room With A View
Jared Sperli stashed this in travel
One of the great things about urban living in the Northwest: Drive half an hour and you feel like you're a million miles away from the city. And, while you're away from most grown ups, why not relive the childhood dream of living in a tree? Drive thirty minutes out of Seattle and you can do just that at TreeHouse Point.
TreeHouse Point is a place where you don't have to grow up. That sick tree fort you imagined as a wee one? Guess what: Now that you're a grown man, you can rent one out for the weekend and start plugging away at that novel you keep talking about. Or, just lay around all day before you head out for a long hike. Or, maybe take your special lady friend along with you for a weekend to remember.