This is the Cabaña Verónica.
It’s a tiny mountain refuge in Spain.
The micro shelter was built using materials from an old USS warship!
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Impressive! A very brave man to have built this on top of a mountain. How did he manage to haul all that metal up there?
Well Rosee the turret was cut into pieces and carried up there using horses, it took them 7 days to built, here are too videos that describe the building of the shelter , where you can see the first collapsible bunkbeds (at the end of the part 2) , the videos have a very bad quality but couldnt find better ones…
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfJDB0qRGWI
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF7V0YxVZYE
it’s not a good idea.
I think battleship, I think sea-level, as in ‘ocean’, as in ‘way down there’. Then, move chunks of it to a barren tree-less mountain top. Huh?
Pink foundation. Huh?
Yeah, I get the PV panels. This looks above the clouds, plenty of sun. Fewer pesky neighbors to generate shadows, so there’s that.
Living in a big baked potato! Why not!
I have been told that even in winter, they have to sleep a lot of times with the door open beacause of the heat and condensation, that make drips fall from the top O.o And that its very rare that a lightning strikes it because its surrounded by a lot of higher peaks that attract them.
If I were going to go to that kind of trouble it wouldn’t be built on the moon. I’d want a better view then that.