Take a Tour of a Treehouse and a Tree Playhouse
Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 10:00am
Join Rachel Fowlkes for a tour of her magical houses in the trees.
The main treehouse (with 2 bedrooms, bath, fireplace and kitchen) is featured in New Treehouses of the World by Peter Nelson (copies are available for purchase at Zazzy’Z, 380 E. Main St., Abingdon or on Amazon.com) and an additional tree playhouse has been built recently.
All will meet in Room 226 at the Southwest VA Higher Education Center for a brief presentation and then organize into carpools and drive to the site. Please try and carpool if possible. Wear walking shoes and dress according to the weather. Keep posted to any schedule changes – rain may necessitate cancelling or postponing the trip due to the condition of the dirt roads.
To register for the treehouse tour, visit www.swcenter.edu and click on the W.A.L.L. (Weekend Adult Lifetime Learning) link under Educational Opportunities.
You may also contact Kim Stewart at 276-619-4380 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location of tour is in southwest Virginia near I-81.
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1900′s log tobacco barn, very good condition. You dismantle and take down. Covered outside hand hewn timber, log structure. Original poles inside used to hang tobacco.
Approx size 19 x 19 without overhang poles. Stone/rock foundation. Logs are notched on ends. Covered on outside with handhewn timber on three sides so logs protected over year. Email me for photos.