The Squatter’s Camp Renovation

  1. Susan says:

    Love this! And, love how you girls have embraced their adventures!

  2. Tannie says:

    I can’t wait to follow along with this project!

  3. Irma says:

    OMG. Tell me that you will turn it into an Airbnb! I’ll be the first to book it!

  4. Michelle says:

    This is so awesome! In the world we live in these days it’s so nice to know kids that love being outdoors using their imaginations. Kudos to you two gals for encouraging and embracing it. I cannot wait to hear the rest of this story. Hugs to all.

  5. Diane says:

    This is so great!! Love everything about this and appreciate you guys sharing this adventure with us.

  6. Lori says:

    I hope you build a treehouse!!!! I’m sooo excited! I can’t wait to follow along!

  7. Kathi says:

    I just love how you rope us into one thing right after another! I always wonder what the next thing to anticipate is going to be. I fear you’re going to run out! I started following just as you moved to the rental. You got that done then it was your sitting areas/fire pit, then camper redo, then cottage and your little projects. Now the squatters camp. My husband is so sick of hearing, “Deb and Danelle did this, Deb an Danelle says to do this or use this, or I want it to look like Deb and Danelle’s!” When I text my daughter something about you all I just say D&D or go look at D&D and she knows immediately who I’m talking about.

  8. Deb nanaalwaysandforever says:

    I love the adventures you bring to all of us so excited to see what nephews and niece Squatters Plan is. ????????‍????????????‍????????????‍???? Your place is gorgeous and the camp ???? is a bonus. The memories these kids make will carry on throughout the lifetime of the family name. It’s nice to see no electronics in their hands. I’m 58 and lived in Chicago my Nana had a huge Weeping Willow tree in the yard and the brothers made a tree house which was neat. They collected odd stuff through the allies to use on the tree house such as siding, windows, wood and roofing. Like I wrote it was neat. Until the day my psycho mommy dearest having a psycho rage took away the ???? so we couldn’t get down. The boys had a rope in case of an emergency ???? but I couldn’t get down. I was scared and either way it was me in trouble not them. I wasn’t suppose to be in the tree house with the boys. So I stayed up there for hours until someone brought over a ladder after the psycho bitch wasn’t screaming ????. I got down finally. Just to finish she beat me to hell. I ran away after never went back. I won my life.

  9. Denise says:

    One more EXCITING project! How FUN! Wish all the kiddos in the world had this kind of space to create, explore, & be adventurous!

  10. Jen says:

    This is absolutely precious and AWESOME. I can’t wait to follow along!!!

  11. Sonja says:

    I love this for them and y’all. What a great boring experience for the family. Can’t wait to see the proposal.

  12. Stephanie Durdan says:

    I love everything about this post! These kids (and you both) are making memories they’ll never forget. Clever kids, too! Can’t wait to see their plan come to life!

  13. Kathy F. says:

    I love following the your DandD projects and adventures and now look forward to the Squatters Camp projects. Thanks for sharing your lives with us!

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