The Ideal Chez Sagg?

Round Tree HousesFree Spirit Spheres - price on application – are “providing a habitat for the untamed spirit that lives within us all.” They sway with the trees! They’re eco! They look so cool! But they apparently move quite violently when someone inside makes an abrubt movement & given that Sagittarius so often  makes abrubt movements, it may not be the ideal Chez Sagg after all.  Still, if i could run a village or even a whole state where peeps got to live in astro-appropriate housing, the Saggos would be billetted in Free Spirit Spheres for sure.

24 thoughts on “The Ideal Chez Sagg?

  1. Sag rising. It’s cool! I’d like to stay in one for a few days, if not forever. In the end, they might feel restrictive for long term living, but yeah for a few days I’d do it. Just for the experience.

  2. I like the staircase and the idea of sleeping in the forest.

    I’d rather an open platform to lounge on though…with a futon and piles of cushions and maybe with a mozzie net that stretches to the forest floor.

  3. Love it but right, too active to live in it, although as a bedroom it’s dream come true.
    Always feel better outside than indoors.

  4. Loving the astro village concept. Imagine Saturday nights and all the free spirit spheres bobbing wildly in the trees as the Saggos get into the jigga-jig. It’d bring the Scorps out of their caves to tell them to keep the noise down.

    • Hehee…. you have no idea how many times i have asked my neighbours to keep the noise down! I’m extremely sensitive to noise. I go crazy whenever i hear a work colleague snack on nuts. He sounds like a parrot and i frantically rush to put on my earphones and block out the sounds.

      • poor robots! I’m laughing-typing… but I do feel sorry for you! Got sensitive ears myself so I know what you mean… but a nut-eating parrot in your workplace??!!! Ha ha ha. One shouldn’t have to listen to bodily noises of work colleagues. I rarely go into the tea room at work for that reason (that and I actually like to work when at work…). Did you notice advert on ABC1 for show on Robots coming up in Sept?

        • hehe… glad i made you chuckle. I always pop out for lunch – rail, hail or shine! I have always found eating at my desk at work really off putting and depressing. Popping out for an hour allows me to chill out too.

          Oh yes, i did notice the advert for the show on Robots. Very excited!! Thanks for the reminder though. I shall circle it in my tv guide. :)

  5. Hmmm where’s the toilet? And I don’t fancy using it when it’s swaying about nor do I fancy shitting in the woods. *lol* I can understand if you were hiking but if it’s where you live, no way.

  6. I think they’re a little cramped and risky for even semi-residential purposes, and I don’t think they make the most of the view. I’m not really digging them.

    If they were open half spheres that had a bench around a central table that you could have drinks or even with a bunch of cushions that you could laze about in up in the trees, I’d find them more appealing.

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  8. it looks like a giant eyeball. I’d get extremely claustrophobic in there. I do like the winding staircase though.

  9. $150,000 , you have to be kidding ? nice idea but waaaaaay too expensive. Remember the days when tree huggers and hippies were poor.

  10. One word…. Yowies!

    No way am I swinging out in the middle of the forest waiting for some hairy creature to scare the friggin free spirit out of me!

    No way man!

    (Mystic running a village or whole state? yah i am totally cool with that!)

  11. I WANT ONE! No, HEAPS! Wooh, well, 5 or 6 or maybe eleven dangling about wherever I score my foresty block. Yeeha!

  12. As a cubby it would be unreal!!!! I’d love it! Could totally see myself sneaking off to lie there swinging blissfully in the trees, daydreaming, writing, reading, perfect..Is that my moon in sag? But yes at $150,00 sadly it’s a bit much for a cubby! And need the forest to hang it in to make it really work…

  13. They are cute. Yes I’d want one: Saggo Rising. But a real Sag would break that in a couple of days, prolly from making the headboards rattle. Maybe a standard tree house would be sturdier?

  14. Ooooh yes I want it! If the Sphere is a rockin, don’t come a knockin! (saggo all the way) What do I need in a house other than a place to sleep anyway?

  15. I read about these a while ago and immediately decided this would be my dream home one day when I can afford it. I just read this and was like “oh funny, yeah, this is my dream home and I am a Sagittarius.” good job. :)