Monday, September 28, 2015

“Five years ago, Zach Klein was living in New York City,...

"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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