So, the kids wanted me to build them a treehouse... I scouted trees all winter and determined that if I built it the size that they wanted, I'd have to build it on stilts. Like most things, once I started putting money time and labor into it, I decided to go all out. This is the end result. A lofted treehouse that's 10' off the ground. Steel siding and roof. Fully encased in closed cell spray foam insulation. I ran electric to it and CAT6 cable for internet, and installed a window AC/heatpump unit. Finished the inside with 3/4" thich 8" wide pine planks. It's a full blown cabin on stilts. A buddy of mine contributed the porta-pot. It overlooks a full acre foodplot that I've failed twice to get alfalfa established in this year, but intend on giving another try at the end of August. My family had our first vacation in years cancelled this spring when stupid C-19 madness set in, so this has been a good constructive outlet for us and the money we saved up for vacation, and a place to 'camp out'. I finished everything up early in the summer, but just got internet wired in on Friday. I built it nice enough that I can use it as a secondary office, and enjoy it as a true mancave once the kids move out years down the road... Fun little project. More expensive that I originally intended, but hey, when isn't that the case.