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Re: Underground Shelters
« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2017, 04:23:37 PM »
This may be it, though they don't seem to have pictures up, the other site I found had at least 20 pics.
This description sounds so much better than what it actually looks like.

http://www.missilebases.com/osage-city-ks-atlas-e-site

I *thought* I'd be interested in a communications site, then I saw the annual TAXES...  Not a Chance Pal!!!!

I'd heard about some of those old AT&T telecommunication sites, even been in one of their sites in NC...  But how can you call a site "Nuclear Hardened that's 18" of concrete with 4' of fill dirt on top?

Oh well.   When I consider the Tax Assessor just drives by, or checks it out via Google (2 address off from us), I kinda like the idea of a worn down looking shack visible from the road, and a palace underground.
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Re: Underground Shelters
« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2017, 05:41:00 PM »
I *thought* I'd be interested in a communications site, then I saw the annual TAXES...  Not a Chance Pal!!!!

I'd heard about some of those old AT&T telecommunication sites, even been in one of their sites in NC...  But how can you call a site "Nuclear Hardened that's 18" of concrete with 4' of fill dirt on top?

Oh well.   When I consider the Tax Assessor just drives by, or checks it out via Google (2 address off from us), I kinda like the idea of a worn down looking shack visible from the road, and a palace underground.
Bingo!!! Have you been eavesdropping in on my wife and myself? :lol:
That's what I said I wanted to do, put 4 shipping containers together on a mountain top, put a roof on it, call it a barn and build underground with an opening away from prying eyes so as to let in light.
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Re: Underground Shelters
« Reply #17 on: March 03, 2017, 01:43:16 PM »
Bingo!!! Have you been eavesdropping in on my wife and myself? :lol:
That's what I said I wanted to do, put 4 shipping containers together on a mountain top, put a roof on it, call it a barn and build underground with an opening away from prying eyes so as to let in light.

Was looking at the county plot map recently.. which has the tax rates & assessments.  1/2 mile away is a small house on 5 acres, valued at $20k... in poor condition.  At that rate, he's paying between $17-$51 per year.  For a small, run down shack... he sure has alot of cars in the driveway every night.
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