It was nearly four years ago when we started living in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa.
This treehouse was in our backyard. Our neighbor, Roger Van Otterloo, built this with and for his son. He was a real missionary, in the traditional sense. He and his family built a life for themselves in the heart of the jungle, so to speak — in the heart of Africa — Zaire (now Congo again). They left for the big city of Nairobi when civil war broke out — when they had to leave.
You would never know from the photo that we were about two miles from the city center. The tree, by the way, is an acacia — the quintessential African tree.
If you want to read more about our life in Africa, kindly visit My Part of Nairobi.