Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Last Tree House





I AM BACK  WITH A FEW WORDS FOR YOU TO READ 
AND PHOTOS TO ENJOY. 

Please enlarge the photos to enjoy the details.
This tree house was inspired by Henry David Thoreau's book Walden-1854. This is the final tree house in the tree house series and I saved the best for last. I went up and around and inside and out, wishing to be a small child again and having access to this wonderful house. Under neath the house was a swing and a table and two stools made from a log. 
Of all the tree houses, this was my very favorite. The best thing is that someone who attended the Swan Ball paid $40,000.00 for this tree house and donated it to Cheekwood. So future visitors will get to enjoy this great place where imaginations can run as fast and as far as they wish. 
I hope yawl have enjoyed the tree house series beginning with June 5th post and ending today with other post resting in between. 
The kitty justice would be for someone to read the book to the visitors. 

5 comments:

Betsy Adams said...

Hi, Just wanted to drop by and say HELLO. It's been a busy week/month --and just gonna get busier.

One of these days we are going to have to visit Cheekwood. Love the treehouses....

Hugs,
Betsy

Changes in the wind said...

Nice to have you back..

Lady Di Tn said...

Betsy
I am glad you have not been bored while I was away. LOL If you ever get this far, please let me know so I can join you there. Peace

Monica
It is nice to be back to blogland. I made some progress while away but must continue the fight. Peace

Lee said...

I could live in that tree house...how wonderful it is!

Lee said...

And a big "YES!" It is great to have you back, Miss Kitty! :)