I'm thinking that you're going to have to support those poles with
something other than the 2' of soil... Since you're going to have to
tie them together somehow any way, why not do some sort of pergala
arrangement. Case the pipes with the wood of your choice, tie them
together to make a nice pergala...Solves the problem of supporting
them, covers the pipes, and .......The big bonus is the plants that
grow on the pergala will disguise the heat signature from infra-red
It seems I made a mistake calling this thing a bunker. The better term
then would be an extend cellar made of reinforced concrete a foot
He has a bungalow and a garden which is enclosed on both sides by
neighbours and the only place to put his workshop is underground.
He makes a pretty pound as a designer, architect and property lawyer.
His hobbies are numerous but mainly he needs space to draw plans and
build models. He's not too bright on the implementation of his ideas,
like hollowing out telegraph poles.
Thanks to your kind words he's dropped the idea and is lowering the
domes into a 3' high raised flower bed. The domes will be part of the
retaining wall which means this is no longer my concern.
For that I thank you.
>So my quandry is how do I hollow out 10 x 10' telegraph pole without
>splitting them down the middle.
With great difficulty and at great expense.
As Flip Wilson would have said, "Devil made me do it".
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