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Post by HughWottware on Fri Oct 10, 2014 2:33 pm

I was very glad to find this forum and have high hopes of it.

I'm hopeful but not yet convinced that a cave might offer a nice combination of instant living space with potential for development. I'm a hands-on type. Divorced, a pensioner, don't yet have a partner, though no doubt that will change in an instant when I tell 'em I live in a hole in the ground!

I have a few questions which I guess should appear in other forums.

Nice meeting you!

Bye for now,

H.

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Post by pete_l on Fri Oct 10, 2014 5:24 pm

Hi "H", good to meet you, too.

Well a cave is deffo the place to buy if you like doing small jobs Smile. There are plenty around that could use a bit of TLC.

The best time to appreciate cave houses is in the summer when it's a scorching 40°C outside and a balmy 20° in your haven of coolness. Look Mum! no air-conditioning.

as for:

don't yet have a partner, though no doubt that will change in an instant when I tell 'em I live in a hole in the ground!
I don't see why not - it's got to work for someone, sometime Cool

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Post by Buff Orpington on Fri Oct 10, 2014 5:59 pm

Hi,welcome aboard! Ask away on this forum,there are some very friendly and helpfull people on here!

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Post by miron on Fri Oct 10, 2014 8:37 pm

Hi! Caves are great and there's always something that needs doing. Get yourself a bit of land to grow fruit and veg as well and you'll never be bored!

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Post by Tim Cullis on Fri Oct 10, 2014 8:56 pm

And in winter time they are a lot warmer than houses. It can be -5ºC outside and 15ºC inside without any heating.

Obviously you do need some heating, especially in the evenings, but nowhere near as much as a house.
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Post by Mariposa on Sat Oct 11, 2014 3:45 pm

Welcome H

Lots of advice here, just use the search box top right. Many threads that could help you I'm sure.

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