How it feels to live in tree trunk

JAN 28, 2020 AT 02:40 PM

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What Was the Result?

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A bedroom for two

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The house has a living room, kitchen, bedroom, dining room, and bathroom. There are no windows, but Lenom got approval for electricity in the house. It looks like a train carriage or airplane interior-narrow and long, with furniture arranged on both sides. Sometimes the treehouse travels around California, which people can visit for a small fee. There are even signs on the walls like "Don't sit on the couch!" or "Toilet is closed for guests!"

Are There Other Structures Like This?

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Beautiful library in an old stump

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There are other similar structures like the treehouse. Sharalee Armitage Howard, an American living in Idaho, created a small and cozy library in a one-hundred-year-old tree stump. It's free to visit and anyone can use the library. It's a simple structure consisting of a small roof, stairs near the entrance, and shelves. A glass door provides visitors a view of the delightful interior. Visitors can take a book or leave one to share with others. Howard has worked in the local library for years and decided to create something useful and unusual for local residents.