Wow. Yesterday after picking up our two oldest children in Kansas (where they had both spent a week with relatives) we stopped by the remarkably creative Kevin Honeycutt’s house. We went to meet his family, but also to have a guided tour of the AMAZING treehouse Kevin built with his son Ben several years ago.

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Expectations around our house of what a treehouse should look like (or even CAN look like) have certainly changed! 🙂

This was a visit enabled by 21st century technologies in at least one way… (besides iPhone Google Map directions)– I had emailed Kevin earlier in the week, but it wasn’t until we connected via Twitter on Sunday afternoon that we finalized plans for the meet-up! Woo hoo for Twitter – a great people-connector!

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3 Responses to Rising treehouse expectations

  1. It’s very nice, but it’s not a “treehouse” if it has posts stuck into the ground. :p

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Well, Kevin said they wanted to built it so it didn’t harm or hurt the tree…. It does have the tree growing through it, so it certainly is more than a house on stilts! Seeing this, being in it and “experiencing” it challenged my kids and I to think about more possibilities when it comes to backyard treehouses, that is for sure!

  3. Geri says:

    Their tree house is an inspiration. It’s nice that he and his son both worked hard to finish it.

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