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HISTORY behind tree house!

recently we see many picture & news of tree house this is center of attraction in every country. but very few know the history behind tree house!!

HISTORY BEHIND TREE HOUSE-
tree houses were invented long before the age of patents,and history has not recorded the first one ver to be built. but we do know that tree houses were used permanent dwellings in jungles for a couple of thousands years. tree houses were practical for keeping people safe at night from preying jaguars or tigers, protecting food from scavengers, keeping a lookout for invaders, etc.

britain is home to one of the oldest treehouses still in eitence. at pithford hall, situated on private land near action burnell in shropshire, which was constructed during the 16th century. queen victoria visited the tree house in 1832 when she was a young princess.
the picture you see of tree is of  "santa monica, california" treehouse.
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25 comments:

redhead.su said...

Wow, this is an interesting note, something to remember! And the picture is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Wow, how about you learn to spell and use American English

Bare said...

Wow anonymous why don't you try being a bit more kind instead of so judgemental hiding behind an anonymous post and no photo to attack someone for their post. That's VERY RUDE.....

John R. Eiting said...

this is beautiful! It brought back memories of the wilderness cabin my brother Keenan (dec.) and I built off of the Indian Arm north of Deep Cove, British Columbia. We couldn't bring our selves to harm even one of those majestic wonders of nature. Of course our cabin could not be compared to this structure. Thank you for sharing the photo. You made my day a little brighter.

Anonymous said...

I want to live there ;-)

readhead said...

Thank you for story and beautiful treehouse picture. Is this treehouse in California?

Anonymous said...

I'm a bit confused ~ the caption leads us to believe a history of this tree house, whether in England or California, will be provided. Queen Elizabeth visiting as a teenager is not exactly the history of the treehouse.
It is a lovely dwelling, the one pictured, and we could all use such a place as an escape. How about an update with a real history, like how the builder came to decide on the location, locate materials and labor, challenges faced, etc.

Sally Lafave said...

Does the tree house that the Queen visited have a name so I can look it up? Now you have raised many questions in my head about tree houses because you really didn't say that much. I want to do research. Can you tell me where to find info on the one from the 16th century?

Anonymous said...

http://www.pitchfordestate.com/tree-house.aspx is the treehouse that is mentioned in this story.

Anonymous said...

Nice

diane said...

That was rude and unnecessary! Maybe you should learn how to be polite and well mannered.

Anonymous said...

I'm with Diane. Get out of here, troll.

Anne said...

I would love to know more about this particular tree house as every time I've seen the post I presumed it was a CGI. Anyone able to give firm info. I would be grateful. I always wanted one as a child :-) Thanks

mimi said...

Faceless/nameless idiot aka anonymous.U R Rude bastard.Maybe not the whole human race speeks your stupid american english?That person might be speeking more languages than U R.Look in the mirror before you put down others, with good intention!!

LoPo said...

Gosh... I thought this was supposed to be a nice post! Tis a shame some people are so obnoxious! Yes, Anon..... I taught school for 35 years. Her spelling is nothing compared to your weakness!
Come out of that 'hidden' closet and use a real name!

ricio237 said...

I believe the treehpuse that the queen visited was in Britain, pithford hall, as mentioned in the paragraph. I'm not sure. but on hgtv.com, they ha e a tv show called strange homes. history channel has a similar show as well.

ricio237 said...

I found the strange home tv show, on hgtv, but still looking for other one on history or h2, on hgtv its called .....home strange home, name of tv show. post when I find.

ricio237 said...

Ok, found some of the tv shows on hgtv.com..... "You live in what", "extreme homes","home strange home". these ate all odd, unconventional homes.

ricio237 said...

http://www.thedailygreen.com/green-homes/strange-green-homes. this website has all kinds of strange, unusual, unconventional, really cool homes.

ricio237 said...

earthships is the name of the other tv shows. its really interesting. 100% self sufficient homes made of recyed materials. on hgtv & travel channel.com.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Anonymous !! It would be nice to not read all the spelling mistakes and the misinformed
"facts" of this story. I now have more questions than when I started. Too bad

Barry Geal said...

I have read the post and oh my ... some altercation going on here, all I can say, its a great picture, spelling could have been ran through spell checker, yes I agree, as the world is reading it, but really, is it that important ??
However the title is misleading ... as it does not describe the history of tree houses ... which was my reason for clicking on the link, but hey, its not an issue, all good, love the web site, keep up the good work :)

Sandra Wade said...

One of my professors always said turn the page. Of this person does not give enough info why don't those who want more info turn the page. Go look for the info. that's why the internet is there. Give the guy credit. He at least have some info.

Sandra Wade said...

it's a start. Should have been constructive criticism. Just wait a while and it will get better. Practice makes perfect.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Sandra, for actually caring. A lot of the people on both sides have poor grammar, even books from famous writers have painfully poor grammar sometimes. And the author did give some history if you paid attention. He said that people used to make them to hide from predators, the post makes it evident that the history is not well known.

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