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- Posted on Nov 22nd 2010 3:00PM by Brian Voerding
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The legendary folk singer took a 20-foot tumble last week while climbing down from her treehouse in northern California but luckily sustained only minor injuries. She's now recovering and "resting comfortably," her production manager told the San Jose Mercury News.
Baez's treehouse, nothing more than a wooden platform perched in a 200-year-old oak tree behind her home, has become somewhat famous over the years. She had it built without walls so she could sit and watch birds and stars. She reportedly meditates and sleeps in it whenever the California weather allows and frequently talks about her love for it in press interviews and from the stage.
"You know those relaxation tapes that say, go to someplace where you're really happy? For me, it's out there in my tree house with a handful of bird seed and a chickadee on my hand," she told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 2002.