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« Reply #30 on: January 10, 2013, 04:25:06 PM »

Well I do know of a location that meets most of the suggested requirements. It happens to be over a thousand acres and legal encroachment is very unlikely due to how remote the area is...

Then further explore that location. Learn about everything that is above, below, and on it. Discover where the deer sleep, where the water flows, and where the birds soar. Learn about the Earth. What is it made of?  How was it made? How does it behave? Learn about its history. What was the location like before Western civilization settled it? Before Native Americans settled it? Before the Ice Ages? Before the Dinosaurs? You must reach the point where you know and understand that land as if it were yourself. 

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He's just saying that if you were to try a hidden subterranea you should get to know the land well. At least, I think.
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« Reply #31 on: January 11, 2013, 03:33:57 PM »

Well I do know of a location that meets most of the suggested requirements. It happens to be over a thousand acres and legal encroachment is very unlikely due to how remote the area is...

Then further explore that location. Learn about everything that is above, below, and on it. Discover where the deer sleep, where the water flows, and where the birds soar. Learn about the Earth. What is it made of?  How was it made? How does it behave? Learn about its history. What was the location like before Western civilization settled it? Before Native Americans settled it? Before the Ice Ages? Before the Dinosaurs? You must reach the point where you know and understand that land as if it were yourself. 

It happens to be a family-owned area, and I should definitely take the time to explore it more fully since most of it is untouched.
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« Reply #32 on: January 25, 2013, 06:01:23 PM »


He's just saying that if you were to try a hidden subterranea you should get to know the land well. At least, I think.

Yes, precisely.


It happens to be a family-owned area, and I should definitely take the time to explore it more fully since most of it is untouched.

I would encourage you to do so. I would also like to emphasize how invaluable it would be to study the history of the land. Which Native American tribe(s) inhabited the land prior to European contact? When Native Americans were forced off the land, was the land used for something (mining, agriculture, pasture)?
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« Reply #33 on: February 02, 2013, 03:32:58 AM »

When Native Americans were forced off the land, was the land used for something (mining, agriculture, pasture)?

Well, I know little about the Native's role in the area but I do know that gold mining was a big thing on the property. Some of the mine entrances still exist.

Oh shit, that solves half the problem of implementing this now doesn't it?  Shocked
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« Reply #34 on: February 02, 2013, 02:01:31 PM »

e very careful with those mines though, they're probably quite unstable.  For safe, regular civilian habitation you're probably looking at a lot of concrete on the walls, floor and ceiling to stabilize it.

If you do want to explore the mines, find someone in the area familiar with old mines, not just a cave explorer, but a mine expert--mines are very different beasts.
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« Reply #35 on: February 04, 2013, 08:58:52 PM »


Well, I know little about the Native's role in the area but I do know that gold mining was a big thing on the property. Some of the mine entrances still exist.

Oh shit, that solves half the problem of implementing this now doesn't it?  Shocked

As kunkmiester stated, you should be careful as many mines, especially those built before the 1950s, are built shoddily. Also, try to figure out what they were mining for, as it would give you a glimpse of the area's past geological history and potential use for the future. Here are some websites that will tell some information about mines and the potential dangers of them. I'd recommend learning about all of these dangers, so that you can prevent them from happening.
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