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Here are some new pics of my remote Wyoming survival retreat. Many of you have seen my first thread where I showed my bunker and retreat in the "photos of my underground shelter"

I have gotten quite a few emails the past couple months asking more about my retreat. One of the best ways to tell about my mtn place is with pics. I do not want to take so many hours making another site with pics and not sure what would be a good site anyway. I have used up all the space available on that angelfire site and cannot add more pics.

Here is an article I found that shows a homeless guy who built an underground house-bunker and lived in it for six years. I like this article for it shows what someone can do with almost No money. And it should help motivate some, even myself, by seeing that if this homeless guy can build what he wants and needs then all of us should be able to. People should stop just wishing they could build something and Just Do it! Link to this article >

http://www.wgrz.com/news/news_articl...?storyid=48512

Hope about everyone likes these pics of my remote mtn place in southern Wyoming. Most of these should be new and Never seen anywhere before. The new pics were taken last summer.

I could explain each pic but the title on each pic hopefully will be enough to tell what it is about. People can also use their imagination when looking at these pics. Such as imagine how the terrain can be used to the best advantage. Especially my hillside looks down on the private road. Some days there is no traffic but on weekends there can be a dozen or more vehicles.

I like to sit up on the hillside and watch wildlife & human traffic and usually freeze when traffic comes down the road and I think no one sees me unless I move.

Anyone can ask me anything about these pics and my mtn survival retreat. Also any comments or suggestions on how to improve my retreat will be welcome. People can read my public profile If they wish to know more about me and what I do and have done. I hope no one thinks I am bragging by showing these pics. I am just trying to share and also show how it is possible to build a retreat with little money. I paid $8,000 for the 3 and 1/2 acres in 1987 and have spent maybe $5,000 since building and Living on my mtn place. Two sides of my land are bordered by a million acre national forest. I am not showing Everything but these pics should give you a good idea what I have done.

If any have not seen my other thread showing and telling much more about my retreat and bunker it is > https://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=42447

These pics are in an order to show as if one was walking into and thru my mtn place. also are comparing such as my shed without snow and then buried in deep snow. Again I hope some will ask questions or comment and even tell what I could do to improve this mountain survival retreat.
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I know that quite a few have said they want to build a bunker etc. with storage containers which might work out. There are a couple threads discussing that. Here is a pic of a bunker ready to be buried made out of a culvert. Probably stronger than a shipping container just because of its shape.

And the last pic is of a place that many of us wish existed. Maybe it really does. This is a real pic? And do any know where this green place is located?? If given enough time and money I could build something like that also...
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I think I saw something like that in Colorado on survivalblog under proprerties for sale
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I think I saw something like that in Colorado on survivalblog under proprerties for sale
Well, it better not be my mtn place I do Not want to sell my mtn retreat for at least 30 years if ever. I am 51 now. AND If the S... never hits the fan and If nothing bad Ever happens then this place is still a nice getaway, vacation spot, wildlife viewing area etc....
I also hope to make it my permanent residence soon.

And I hope that a few good survivalists might also join me. I am offering one last time, that If any truly need a good BOLocation, place to learn wilderness survival skills, even a base camp or vacation spot then pm or email me asap.

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I was talking about the Green Place
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What is the temperature inside your retreat?
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You have a very concealed place when it snows. To bad you are 19 hours from where I live.
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I was talking about the Green Place
That is where they filmed the "Shire" for Lord of the Rings. Can't you see the man in the wagon with a pointy hat? It is in New Zealand.
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That is where they filmed the "Shire" for Lord of the Rings. Can't you see the man in the wagon with a pointy hat? It is in New Zealand.
They all wear pointy hats in New Zealand.
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I know that quite a few have said they want to build a bunker etc. with storage containers which might work out. There are a couple threads discussing that. Here is a pic of a bunker ready to be buried made out of a culvert. Probably stronger than a shipping container just because of its shape.

And the last pic is of a place that many of us wish existed. Maybe it really does. This is a real pic? And do any know where this green place is located?? If given enough time and money I could build something like that also...
I was looking online for culvert such as this & was not able to find anything, anybody have any links???
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I was looking online for culvert such as this & was not able to find anything, anybody have any links???
This shelter was constructed by a local steel fabricator entirely of new materials and coated with asphalt for burial for a price of $900. This included about $300 for materials (primarily steel) and about $600 for labor (primarily welding) and shop expenses and profit. (1990 pricing, today about $1,500.00)

http://www.radshelters4u.com/mini-blast-shelter.htm

This web site looks to be where the above picture came from. It has additional pictures plus instructions for building and placing the unit. I hope this helps.
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What is the temperature inside your retreat?
I have two thermometers inside my bunker - underground shelter/cabin It is usually around 50 degrees Fahrenheit and I have never seen it get above 60 unless I have the woodstove going full blast. Once I got it up to 90 F. when I had the Franklin stove going for a few hours and the damper wide open.

I have another wood stove in the back sort of below the back trap door but I do not use it too much. I do have more than enough firewood and several piles of firewood and a large wood shed - pics of all that here > https://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=42447
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Here are some picture of my survival retreat. Well more so the areas around my survival retreat. Dont think I will give anyone a sneak peak inside. I have several structures all together basicaly. We are building two more this summer plus another small barn.

All together we have 5 established and stocked ponds. We just now dug a new on. We also have several creeks on the property like the one you see of the waterfall. That picture was during a drought so it is a little low there compared to where it usualy is. U also have a freshwater spring thich runs all year round even in the worst of droughts it keeps on going.
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This shelter was constructed by a local steel fabricator entirely of new materials and coated with asphalt for burial for a price of $900. This included about $300 for materials (primarily steel) and about $600 for labor (primarily welding) and shop expenses and profit. (1990 pricing, today about $1,500.00)

http://www.radshelters4u.com/mini-blast-shelter.htm

This web site looks to be where the above picture came from. It has additional pictures plus instructions for building and placing the unit. I hope this helps.
Thanks, I went to the site & realized this was only 46" culvert, I am looking for like 12' culvert.
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Here are some picture of my survival retreat. Well more so the areas around my survival retreat. Dont think I will give anyone a sneak peak inside. I have several structures all together basicaly. We are building two more this summer plus another small barn.

All together we have 5 established and stocked ponds. We just now dug a new on. We also have several creeks on the property like the one you see of the waterfall. That picture was during a drought so it is a little low there compared to where it usualy is. U also have a freshwater spring thich runs all year round even in the worst of droughts it keeps on going.
been looking for a place like this for years well done on your retreat .
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I am the only one hearing Banjos????..........................
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I suppose you would not want to make yourself clear on what you mean by that??
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You have a very pretty place and it looks like you are enjoying building your retreat. Keep up the good work.
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SURE!

Haven't you ever seen the movie DELIVERANCE. Your post about asking people to join brings back memories of this movie. YA they all died.
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Survival Mike, Beautiful place you have there. Love the pic of the barn and snow. Very beautiful.
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