Goose Creek Tower is something like a Dr. Seuss house

Located in Talkeetna, Alaska, 185-feet from ground-level, is the top of Goose Creek Tower. The product of Phillip Weidner’s MIT-degree-fueled mind, it is essentially a house of cabins stacked on top of one another. He calls it “a poem to the sky.”

A 15-year project, Weidner started Goose Creek Tower so that he could see everything. Having had to stop building at the 185-foot mark because federal airspace starts at 200-feet, Weidner is still finishing the house. Nicknamed the Dr. Seuss house, it’s certainly one that inspires DIY projects of any size.

Goose Creek Tower in all its glory.

Goose Creek Tower in all its glory.

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