The treehouse stump

Usually we are habits to see treehouses on a tree, but I’m wondering: could a treehouse be inside of a tree?

In Vancuver (Canada) sometimes humans found habitat in the red-cedar stumps, using them as shelters. Pioneers built roofs over their hollow centers and used them as houses to live in.
This Treehouse-stump have been found where now there’s the Queen Elizabeth Park.

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