"Five years ago, Zach Klein was living in New York City, spinning cycles (as he put it) while looking for land to buy. His pitch was simple: "It was, 'Let's get a piece of land and we could bring all our friends together and have a good time,' " said his wife Courtney. Zach got lucky in Sullivan County, New York: He found 50 acres of forest, lightly accessorized with a rough-hewed, one-room shack perched on a steep hill overlooking a rushing stream. And so began what would be a kind of weekend commune, an experiment in episodic off-the-grid-living with a core of eight friends that has grown to about 20, including five children. @danielkrieger photographed Zach and the Beaver Brook community while on #nytassignment." By nytimes on Instagram.
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