Since the treehouse was built on crown land, I don’t technically own it, and so its fate is uncertain. For three years I kept the HemLoft secret, but now that I’m finished, I’ve found myself wanting to share it. I even shared it with a big glossy magazine! Coming out of the bush about the HemLoft is fun, however, it poses a few problems; if people know about it, they might try to find it. And if the wrong people find it, they may make me take it down.
It took a lot of work to build it, and I’d rather not take it down, just yet. So I’ve been thinking of ways to expose the HemLoft, while somehow making it legal. To the best of my knowledge, Squatting on Whistler Mountain, beneath some of Western Canada’s most luxurious mega-homes would not be looked favorably upon. However, I’ve thought of a few ideas that might be… I’d like you to read the ideas below and vote on the one you think I should do!
engineering consultancy says
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think I’d never understand.It kind of feels too complex and extremely vast for me.
I’m having a look forward inn yoyr subsequent submit, I’ll attempt
to get tthe hang of it!