Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Poptop2, Nov 13, 2014.
I'd rather live in a cave
I can see it has its ups and downs.
Hmmm, have you factored in the evergreen vs deciduous side of things. Your tree house may look pretty good in the summer but come winter much of your shelter from the inclement, or worse still, Pam St Clement weather will simply drop off.
That's my type of cave
You could move to Coober Pedy, don't they live like trogs there? . Crap ski season though I imagine
Getting him back in might be more of one?
There's a couple of places where they live underground out here, think I'll stay where we are.
I'd love to live in a lighthouse.
Two words dude....... wood worm
will you be laying eggs too
surely the problem here was the brick built house on the ground...?
all for tree houses me! firemans pole to get to the floor along with a slide and a lift!
TreeHouse masters on Discovery is epic!
Marry a lighthouse keeper!
Pro....you can dress as a wookie and not look out of place.
Id say living in a tree house would be better than a cave, unless the cave was in a high cliff. Toilet is no problem, just make a wooden box and fit a toilet seat to it with a big hole in the bottom, any passers underneath its their they're problem.
All the bloody monkeys eating all the bananas would yellow snow me off!
dont use banana trees , some people have money trees
If you decided to live in a tree house and liked it you could always Branch out. You know Leaf the old one behind,But remember not to forget your Roots.
do you know teresa green
Is this not the 21st century? I could BE a lighthouse keeper. And besides I'm not that keen on big bushy beards and thick woolly jumpers.
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