When one guy wanted some adventure in the great outdoors, he built a secret Hemloft.
This was intriguing to me because it looked like something I always wanted in my backyard as a kid, but more importantly this man touches on something important: we tend to emphasize the concept of unstructured play a lot to kids, but we tend to lose that when we grow up. So, here is a great example of unstructured play for adults in nature building all sorts of odd things that are fun, interesting, and completely impractical.
I think he talks about great things in the video: working with your hands, nature, unstructured time to play, and discovery.
According to the video:
People who opt out of what the world licenses as ‘worthy’ are the ones who build the most beautiful things. Joel manifests fantasy with all-purpose/no-purpose play structures in the woods of Whistler, BC. “Our whole world is driven by practicality,” he says. And that’s no fun.