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Featured image: Hand Carved Cave for sale. CREDIT: Artist Ra Paulette has spent the last 25 years carving a network of 14 caves beneath the desert of Northern New Mexico. SOURCE: Web Urbinist (Fair Use)
From Web Urbanist Article by Steph, filed under Houses & Residential in the Architecture category.
If you’ve always dreamed about having your very own network of cathedral-like hand-carved caves (who hasn’t?) you’re in luck – such a dreamscape can be yours for less than the average cost of a single-family home in San Francisco. Artist Ra Paulette has spent the last 25 years carving a network of 14 caves beneath the desert of Northern New Mexico with little more than a pick axe and a wheelbarrow, and one of the most impressive of them is now on the market. . . . Read Complete Report
Featured Image: Two missile maintenance crewmen perform an electrical check on an LGM-30F Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) in its silo. Location: WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, MISSOURI (MO) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA) CREDIT: Camera Operator: TSGT BOB WICKLEY Date Shot: 1 Jan 1980. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).
No, you don’t get the Minuteman missile nor the two crewman in the deal. In, fact this ain’t even the silo in the ad below. If you wanna see photos of the real thing go to the linked site. . EDITOR
From Today Money Erika Riggs Zillow June 12, 2013 at 12:20 PM ET
At first glance, the home in upstate New York isn’t anything more than a steel door in the middle of the Adirondacks. But it’s below the ground that matters.
87 Hale Hill Lane, Lewis, N.Y.
For sale: $750,000
It’s the one home where curb appeal doesn’t matter, quips listing agent Brian Dominic of Select Sotheby’s International Realty.
He’s right: At first glance, the home in upstate New York isn’t anything more than a steel door in the middle of the Adirondacks. But it’s below the ground that matters. . . . Read Complete Report