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In Treehouse Masters: Branched Out, Pete and his team look back on some of their craziest builds.
Pete puts the family to work as he enlists his son Charlie to oversee the creation of a new treehouse home on their 23-acre land for him to live in; Pete gifts his daughter Emily a magnificent wedding present.
The crew is off to the Poconos first to build a treehouse for a thrill-seeking family that includes a rock wall and hidden passagewaysl; a treehouse nestled in a 16 foot high perch.
Pete goes wild as he designs a tree house hideout to observe bears in their natural habitat complete with a bear-cam tracking system; he heads off to build a treetop bird watching hut that draws inspiration from the surrounding nests.
Pete and the crew get in the holiday spirit with some incredible Christmas inspired creations that include a tree top candy shop, and a take on Santa's workshop for a family that's got Christmas on the brain 365 days a year.
Builds that prove one can live one's dream all year round; Pete builds a live-in tree house 60 feet off the ground in a California redwood; Pete creates a hexagonal masterpiece in the forests of Oregon.
Pete builds a man cave for a Texas dad complete with a meat smoker, hidden flat-screen TV and water gun turrets; a build for a competitive survivalist who wants a camo hideout with all the creature comforts.
Pete goes across the pond for inspiration on these Irish- and Scottish-themed builds; an emerald-isle-themed build in Orange County; the gang heads to Oklahoma to create a sky-high Scottish garden house.
Pete and the crew are adding some tap rooms to the treetops; first up is a majestic lake-side maple, then it's off to Angry Orchard HQ to build a treehouse overlooking the apple trees.
Pete and the crew build a custom tree house overlooking the water for some serious ``glamping'' on the Washington Coast, and then on idyllic Lake Chelan.
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