Can’t afford a hotel? Climb a Central Park Tree!

On Saturday, the New York Times published a story called “Finding a Bed Among Central Park’s Trees” about twin movie makers Cory and Dana Foht who have spent around 20 nights in hammocks in one of the Park’s elm trees.

 

“It’s kind of like its own ecosystem up here,” Cory said one recent night as he lay in his hammock. “You’re definitely aware that you are sleeping in something and attached to something that’s alive.”

The pair plans on making a 10 minuted documentary chronicling their experience and will post it on YouTube. Here is the preview for their movie:

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About Emily Adaire

Professional book reader, child chaser, animal lover and cookie taster.
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