I dare say today’s video may bring a little jealousy to those who wish to “hunker down” a little more than they already are!
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Sounds like peace and quit unlike. I might come and live here when next time my sisters annoy me and I want to run away.
Damon J. Gray
Wow, I’d never heard of that place. It would be fascinating to visit there one day.
Clever. But I’d have to chew antidepressants for candy if I lived it a home with no windows or natural light.
I was surprised the dwellings were so nice inside. Great idea, but I would miss the sunlight.
My next destination!
Allyson West Lewis
That was such a cool story! It sounds like a great setting for a murder…mystery novel, that is! Bra Ha Ha!
Anyway, I loved it so much, I subscribed to the ‘Great Big Story’ YouTube channel. Thanks for another excuse in my pile of excuses for not writing. LOL!
Social distancing? My wife would agree with Vicki Deem, she would hate it.
Maybe there’s a book or short story here when combined with the fallout from COVID-19 . . . hmmmmmm.
I was fascinated with this underground world. The only problem I was thinking about is how does the toilet flush up and where does the water go when you shower. Okay…..Okay…. I’m too practical. lol
Sharon K Connell
What a cool idea. I want one! 🙂
How interesting. Who knew?!
How interesting. Who knew?! Very cool!
I have relatives living in Darwin, Australia. I’ll ask if they’ve seen or heard of the underground home in the video. Personally, I just plain couldn’t live in those conditions. Yes, it’s beautiful and innovative, but oh, so remote. I like hearing the motorcycles, cars, and kids making noise outside. The story is unique and a marvel to those who can relax underground. I’m so glad heaven is “up” and above earth.
Wow, good news about the churches!!! What a blessing to know that people are truly caring for one another there! A blessed testimony!
Ha, ha. Cooper Pedy. Famous tourist town, thousands of miles from the nearest city or large country town. It is smack in the middle of the outback.
It is so hot out there, that underground is the most sensible place to live. And for those who want to know why there is a town there at all, it is a famous place to go and mine for opals.
Most of us Australians live in regular houses, you’ll be pleased to know.
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D
Very cool, literally!
Thank you for sharing this, living in Texas, where the summer temperatures soar above 100 degrees, this looks like a smart alternative to above-ground living.
Carol Nicolet Loewen
Amazing! But if we all move there we’ll be way more crowded than ‘social distancing’ requires!