In the 1970s, Francis Lee Smith started constructing a one-story log cabin in Cody, Wyoming. Located right outside of Yellowstone National Park, the log cabin grew into an enormous 75 feet tall mega-treehouse mansion over the years. Smith continued to work on it until 1992, when he unfortunately fell to his death while working on the gigantic multi-story log cabin.
Today, it’s abandoned and has been for years, but it’s definitely a site to see on top of that hill along Buffalo Bill Highway in Wyoming. The Smith Mansion is one of a kind to say the least. I’d love to live there for a bit just to experience it!