I'm the same way. I went through a WW2 submarine last summer and I couldn't even deal with that for more than 5 minutes.BWAHAHAHA!!! I wouldn't even fit through the stairway shaft to get down to it.
Oh well. I'm highly claustrophobic anyway.
I'm not laughing at the shelter there OM, just laughing how small that entrance is.
yeah, it seems to me I saw something like that too. It had connecting "pipes" with rooms, bathroom, kitchen, bedrooms etc.,I remember seeing a website about someone who used a piece of culvert like that to build an underground shelter. I don't remember his entrance being as well camoflaged, but the interior was impressive. He had build in bunk beds, integrated storage areas, a kitchen, bathroom, etc. He had a couch and some other furniture in it. For such a small place, his design layout was extremely well done. I wish I could find that site again. It would be a good suppliment to anyone considering using culvert.
Okay, that was what I saw a while back, maybe thats what Mikek saw as well. IIRC there was a stair case that went from one level to another.Mine too. She's the claustrophobic one, but it's not a bad idea.
Someone recently sent me an email with photos of a small grain silo someone built. It was about 12 - 14 feet in diameter and 2 stories tall. Bottom floor was kitchen/living room, second floor was sleeping area.
Hidden in plain site. Door was hidden by bushes.
Haha, don't tell her! When you start digging up the back yard, tell her you're upgrading the septic system or something. :yeah, it seems to me I saw something like that too. It had connecting "pipes" with rooms, bathroom, kitchen, bedrooms etc.,
My DW would have me put away if I suggested we do this:
I remember that one. It was pretty slick.Okay, that was what I saw a while back, maybe thats what Mikek saw as well. IIRC there was a stair case that went from one level to another.
I might be able to deal with that.
I am so claustrophobic. I really, really, am.
The idea of having to go underground and be in that small of space freaks me out.
Nevertheless, as someone said above - if bombs were dropping I am sure I would get over it real quick.
Thanks for the link, OhioMan