the hooch

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Posted by  jo scheer on May 09, 2002 at 19:42:40:


the hooch is a single point foundation treehouse. It maintains stability through a web of cables to the surrounding trees. It is designed as a place of respite, with respect for nature. It is a pre-fab design, all components are mfg. off site. It is respectful of the environment and can be erected with very little site alteration, or damage. Our 10' by 10' hooch was raised in Eugene, Oregon maintaining the full complement of ferns, a plant abundant in the forest understory. It can easily be dismantled and moved if desired. We have a 6' by 6'version in our backyard, and the original, a bamboo pole version, has withstood category three hurricane winds in Rincon', PR

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