Instead of focusing on all the bad aspects of cold weather, think about all the cool things you can do: building snow caves, skiing, sledding, and having snowball fights. Create your own snowball slingshot and gain a tactical advantage over those farthest away from you. More projects:
Make Snow Goggles
Build a Backyard Luge
Construct a Snow Shelter
Have a great weekend!
The Minister’s Treehouse:
Built over the span of 15 years in Crossville, Tennessee, this 100ft tall tree fort was built by Minister Horace Burgess around a single, ginormous tree without any blueprints. It’s 10 stories in certain parts and is estimated to be about 10,000 square feet and made completely from reclaimed wood. Other recycled materials like license plates, furniture, roofing material, and plexiglass skylights also helped fill out the structure.
A great inspiration for building your own treehouse and becoming a Fort Builder.
Fort Builders design and build handmade shelters – caves, nooks, huts, tents, houses. The great instinct of a Fort Builder is to craft a hideaway space of their own. They seek out the best setting and improvise their structures with what they have.