The Cinder Cone Treehouse is a project with friends that resulted in a beautiful haven deep in the wilderness of Columbia River Gorge, Washington.
Foster Huntington always dreamed of living in a treehouse like the Swiss Family Robinson, the Lost Boys in “Hook” and the ewoks in “Return of the Jedi.”
Huntington got all his buddies together, some carpenters and builders, some not, and made a pretty epic treehouse and skate bowl deep in the woods in the Columbia River Gorge, Washington.
The project’s build time was originally estimated at a few months but ultimately took “the better part of a year.” Huntington took photos documenting the entire building process and wants to compile them, and building plans, sketches and notes, into a book.
“Think of it as one part instructional book, one part photo book, and one part tiny homes book.”
To make the book a reality, Huntington has turned to crowdfunding. His project on Kickstarter is at $24,377 of $30,000 goal. If you pledge $30 you get the “Cinder Cone Book” signed by Foster Huntington.
Then you can build your own treehouse in the woods!