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This Website Lets You Travel Around The World If You Agree To Take Care Of Other People’s Pets Imagine yourself getting to stay at the most amazing accommodations when travelling – from French farmhouses to Australian beach villas – all in exchange for looking after an adorable furbaby. A company called Trusted Housesitters allows you to do just that for around $100 a year. Show Full Text The concept is simple, yet genius – it connects people wanting to travel the world, but feeling guilty about leaving their pets behind, with trustworthy, vetted travellers who would love to look after their house and pets in exchange for accommodation. To secure the most breathtaking houses to stay at, you’ll need to build a good reputation. But that’s relatively easy to do if you’re willing to petsit in your town in exchange for reviews.
Treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland on July 9, 2016 This is the treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland. Dreamy, isn’t it? Wouldn’t it be great to stay in a place like this? 29 of The Most Surreal Landscapes on The Planet Earth is full of bizarre landscapes. Some are land formations moulded over thousands of years, while others are human-made creations that have altered the planet in strange ways. From the bubbling lava lakes of Ethiopia, to a lake that has been nestled in the desert for 2,000 years, here are 29 landscapes that are so incredible, it's hard to believe they're real. Near the city of Torrevieja in Spain lie two salty and very pink lakes called Las Salinas de Torrevieja. The colour is said to be caused by algae that releases a red pigment under certain conditions. David Herraez Calzada/Shutterstock.com
World’s Largest Treehouse Cost $7 Million To Build Like something out of a fairy tale — and seriously, even the main character’s name is Lord Northumberland — this 6,000 sq ft. tree house is the world’s largest. Located on the grounds of Alnwick Gardens , about 95 miles north south of Edinburgh, Scotland, the leviathan soars 56ft. above the ground and is connected with 4,000-square-feet of suspended walkways. There’s even a 120-seat restaurant — as well as wobble bridges, classrooms, turrets, and God knows what else.
10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs & Building Ideas 10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs, Ideas & Kits Article by Urbanist, filed under Houses & Residential in the Architecture category. As a young child (or perhaps even an adult) who hasn’t dreamed of living tree houses? Some structures are built on trees or hung from trees, but some unusual tree house building designs are even grown from trees or built right into a tree. Some people live in trees as a luxury, some to help save the environment and others out of tradition or necessity. Here are ten incredible tree house building designs and ideas that range from functional to fanciful, sustainable to strange and affordable to incredibly expensive.
Bird Guide: Endangered Species and Why They Matter This story appears in the January 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine. For most of my life, I didn’t pay attention to birds. Only in my 40s did I become a person whose heart lifts whenever he hears a grosbeak singing or a towhee calling and who hurries out to see a golden plover that’s been reported in the neighborhood, just because it’s a beautiful bird, with truly golden plumage, and has flown all the way from Alaska. When someone asks me why birds are so important to me, all I can do is sigh and shake my head, as if I’ve been asked to explain why I love my brothers. And yet the question is a fair one, worth considering in the centennial year of America’s Migratory Bird Treaty Act: Why do birds matter? My answer might begin with the vast scale of the avian domain.
Treehouse Escapes Bring Owners Closer to Nature The Denver Post Most kids dream of a having a tree house, and even some adults. But the popularity of treehouses is booming with companies across the country building custom tree house escapes for those wanting to spend more time "outside".TreeHouse Workshop is a Seattle construction company that builds cozy tree houses all over the Pacific North West. In fact for them, treehouses have become so popular that they have built more than 100 structures in the past few years. And TreeHouse Workshop isn't alone: "More builders are attending treehouse workshops, and do-it-yourself newsletters, websites and blogs on the subject are sprouting up all over the Internet." Vermont-based foundation Forever Young Treehouses promotes the construction of universally accessible treehouses across the country.
World’s Tallest Tree House The next piece of home design is truly mind-blowing. When you first mention a tree-house to someone, they expect you present a small structure not a four-level high jaw-dropping structure. The awesome tree-house featured here took almost 11 years to complete. Located in Tennessee, US, it is supported by 6 oak trees and a quarter of a million nails were supposedly used to build it. The owner, Horace Burgess, managed to create 3,000 square meters of living space.
These 10 Breathtaking Photos Will Change The Way You See The World! We are beings that naturally are biophiliacs, lovers of nature. We are fortunate to see the world through the Television, or photos, however, this may lack authenticity. Living in the city only serves to separate us from nature.