He left the city to go live in a treehouse

From the New York Times: Escape to Bro-topia.

People talk about chucking their jobs. They say they will leave behind the madness of the city and hit the road.

A few drinks and they’re telling you about the epic hiking trip in the Sierra Nevada they’ll take or how magical the surf is in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

But nobody ever does it. Nobody. Except for one guy.

His name is Foster Huntington, and he used to work in New York. He had a bright future in the fashion industry. But then he cut the cord. And do you know where he lives now? In a treehouse. [continue]

Amazing photos. Yeah, that looks like a very fun life.

2 thoughts on “He left the city to go live in a treehouse

  1. A fantastic piece with some jaw-dropping photos. This story has many themes in common with the clip you posted last week of the guy who gave up a promising career in the financial world to pursue his passion for the outdoors and dogs. I love my job but it’s inspiring to hear of these individuals who are willing to take the road less travelled by.

    • Stories like this appeal to me a lot, so you’ll probably see more of them here. I was impressed with those photos, too!

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