Gallery: Egg-Shaped HemLoft Treehouse is Nestled in the Forests of Whis...

Few tree houses have as much of a back story as the beautiful egg-shaped HemLoft designed in part by Joel Allen on a discreet patch of land in Whistler, B.C. After a social media startup he worked for shut down and subsequent efforts to retire at 26 failed, Joel began to take long walks through the woods with an old hippie named Old Man John. Eventually this led to the decision to build a really amazing treehouse. Trouble is, Joel didn't have money or land, so he used mostly free materials from Craigslist and built the structure on property that didn't belong to him.

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  1. liaisonsus September 7, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    I want one!

  2. PROCHLOROCOCCUS August 20, 2014 at 9:56 pm

    He should make go to a bank, present a business plan, get a loan, then become a tree house bukmder.

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