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This hilarious video from MeUndies tells the story of climber-turned-tree-house-builder Django Kroner. Kroner moved to Kentucky's Red River Gorge to pursue climbing, where he also began building tree houses. Yes, this is clearly branded content. But we're not getting paid to post it—and we think Kroner and his tree houses are seriously cool.