Already nailed it; we kind of concluded CA will probably require back permits or make them
fill it with organic cement?
This is a discussion on Fallout Shelter from 1961 within the Urban and Rural Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; An interesting piece of history from the early days of the Cold War. Perhaps it could still be quite functional with some upgrades California homeowners ...
An interesting piece of history from the early days of the Cold War. Perhaps it could still be quite functional with some upgrades
California homeowners discover perfectly preserved nuclear fallout shelter from 1961 in backyard stocked with canned Multi-Purpose Food, Dixie Cups and boxes of Kleenex | Mail Online
Sorry for double posting. I didn't catch the first one.
Many small homes build in the era of fall out shelters had them built under the house with a hatch in the kitchen to get in. You find many of them here in small towns.
You notice them because the homes are the same even with additions you notice the base of the home is the same. Sear sold these homes from a catalog .
Secret not many know some armories had them built under them I know of two right now. The hatches have long sense been covered over but room is still there.
New life as a house husband, major shift in duties.
Karl Marx said, "Destroy their culture, rewrite their history. Ruin their art and literature, and defame their heroes, by offering fabrications to scandalize that which they considered good.
After reading this Obama said I am on it.
What a man cave that would make!
We have a four box system,the soap box,the ballet box,the jury box and the cartridge box!
During the Cuban Missile crisis, I think I just turned 14. I lived in a small town in central Wisconsin, pop. 5000. I came home from school on afternoon and found my father carrying what looked like concrete bricks into the basement. We worked well in the evening before we finished that load. The next day was the same thing, except my father had already used the first load to build a new and larger "root cellar", we already had one. Being a naive teenage, it wasn't until years later that I put 2 and 2 together.
*Forehead slap* Stoopid!!! I would have kept my mouth shut and stocked up preps in there! Half the prep work was inherited right there! GAH!!!