Three Days. One Sequoia Redwood Tree. One great treehouse builder. Seven Friends. Two ropes and harnesses. Four Tree Attachment Bolts (TABS). Two 15-foot glulam Beams.
Now we have the most difficult and most important part of a treehouse 33 feet up in the 111-foot Sequoia. The base for what will be the first treehouse in the Tumtum Tree Project. This treehouse I’m calling the ‘CATHEDRAL TREEHOUSE.’ It will be a writing studio with desk and window seat on the first level, and a sleeping loft on the second level.