Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Wordless Wednesday 26 October

It is three photos today.  Not the best photos but I hope they tell they story.

Firstly there are the trees at my place.




Then there is the ladder that McKenzie and her cousing built.  They used only sisal for this part.




Finally the tree house.




So we have plenty of bamboo and some figure eight rope tying skills were developed but two days of work during the school holidays and these two were happy.

I am linking this post to My Little Drummer Boys.

19 comments:

Penny @ Wildlife Fun 4 Kids said...

That's wonderful! That's something they will always remember. I have no decent big trees in our backyard but one day, when we move, I'll be looking for a tree that will be able to hold a mini house. All children need to build one!

Grace said...

What a great activity ! Tree houses are the best! :)

Kellie said...

That is fabulous! How much fun would that be! :)

tiff(threeringcircus) said...

Wow! That looks great.

Cathy said...

My children would LOVE tree house but alas on a suburban block and no tree...

Ames said...

That is so awesome!

skyelee said...

Bob the Builder eat your heart out! Great pics - Happy W.W!

Veronica Lee said...

How fun! I love tree houses!!

Happy WW!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Love the first photo, a lovely environment to live in.

MyFiveMinutes! said...

I always wanted one. how lucky they are :)

Mumma's Mini Mes - Kym said...

That looks great, they did an amazing job! So fun!

Kate @ Puddles and Gumboots said...

How fabulous! I love tree houses!

Miss Mandy said...

what an awesome yard.

Angie @ The Little Mumma said...

Very cool! Every kid should have a treehouse.

Seana Smith said...

What a good way to keep the kids busy in the holiday, and the treehouse looks cool.

Leovi said...

Beautiful photos, very well captured light.

Crash Test Mummy said...

We'll be building a tree house/platform soon. I like the bamboo idea!

Melissa @ Precious Little Poppets said...

My Smalls would love a tree house, but there is not one tree on our tiny little block. Great treehouse!

Thea said...

Wow, I bet they love it and almost live in it!