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Tree Houses to relax and play


JJFerrero
JJFerrero
JJFerrero
JJFerrero

Hi. I love Ryobi tools! When I am using Ryobi tools, I can't be tethered by a chord so I have a full line of 18+ tools to help with my projects.

The Tree houses came about when my daughters asked for a Tree house. As my girls grew, the tree houses grew. This is a continuous "work in project" because we plan to build even more! I will post the construction of some of the tree houses on here so you can see what I do.

The car is a 1946 Triumph 1800 Saloon, and the Airplane is from the National War Plane Museum in Geneseo, NY. The airplane is known as "Jeanie's Teenie" and was featured in popular mechanics in 1968. The controls still operate the wings and the tail!

We are presently restoring a Train Caboose, but this one will stay on the ground! Each tree house was its own project then joined by rope bridges to create the village. We can now hold over 100 people in the trees at one time! If you are ever around, we open our tree houses free to the public when we are home! Come by and play!

Some of my projects that I am posting, I have already completed. Some projects that I am posting are happening "real time". I do anything from Tree Houses, to Home maintenance, Vehicle restoration, and more! Keep checking back for more of my posts!

If you have questions, ask me! and watch the progress develop!

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  • WOW!....WOW!!!!!! Your tree house collection is awesome and makes this 70 year old want to climb up and play. 
    By kencjohanson_29898, on March 20, 2020

  • You Sir;are a nut.
    By gzzog, on June 5, 2020

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Tree Houses to relax and play

by JJFerrero
Feb 01, 2020

Hi. I love Ryobi tools! When I am using Ryobi tools, I can't be tethered by a chord so I have a full line of 18+ tools to help with my projects. The Tree houses came about when my daughters asked for a Tree house. As my girls grew, the tree houses grew. This is a continuous "work in project" because we plan to build even more! I will post the construction of some of the tree houses on here so you can see what I do. The car is a 1946 Triumph 1800 Saloon, and the Airplane is from the National War Plane Museum in Geneseo, NY. The airplane is known as "Jeanie's Teenie" and was featured in popular mechanics in 1968. The controls still operate the wings and the tail! We are presently restoring a Train Caboose, but this one will stay on the ground! Each tree house was its own project then joined by rope bridges to create the village. We can now hold over 100 people in the trees at one time! If you are ever around, we open our tree houses free to the public when we are home! Come by and play! Some of my projects that I am posting, I have already completed. Some projects that I am posting are happening "real time". I do anything from Tree Houses, to Home maintenance, Vehicle restoration, and more! Keep checking back for more of my posts! If you have questions, ask me! and watch the progress develop!