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The high life ; Pining for a back-yard retreat? Treehouses rise to the occasion
[North Sports Final , C Edition]
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Trees; Building construction
Author: Lynne Meredith Schreiber Special to the Tribune
Date: Jul 19, 2002
Start Page: 1
Section: Your Place
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[Harry Neely] of Dryden, Mich., climbs up to the treehouse he built after he retired. "Treehouses have a little magic about them," he says. Neely's treehouse is fully insulated and heated. The interior is knotty pine, with a ceiling fan and sleeping loft. While many people build treehouses for the kids, Neely built his as a personal retreat. Joanne Neely stands near the sign for her husband's treehouse, "No [girls] allowed."

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