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Out on a Limb

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Stan Hywet invites visitors to scale the trees on its 70-acre property and explore its new Treemendous Treehouses. The museum commissioned 11 local architectural firms to build elaborately designed tree houses that pay tribute to birds, fish, and other natural sights. Folks can also purchase raffle tickets for a November drawing, in which a $2,200 tree house will be handed over to one lucky He-Man Woman Hater. “It’s not like it’s a thing in a tree,” says spokeswoman Donna Spiegler about the prize. “You can actually live in it.”
Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Starts: May 16. Continues through Oct. 31, 2007

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