John F Dean wrote:Years ago I reclaimed a root cellar that had been filled with coal ash. It was quite the experience. If I remember correctly, the ash ended up on the driveway. And yes, there were many buried treasures. Oddly, the timbers holding the roof were in good shape.
John C Daley wrote:I am curious about the need to take those trees out. Would they have shaded the ground and been useful for their produce?
All of the above? You definitely need air flow for both people during a storm and to stop the build up of gasses given off from some fruits that encourage ripening, and airflow will decrease the risk of mold.
Looking down from rear vent shaft. I am curious the original purpose of this shaft. Emergency egress, should stair become unusable in a storm event? Warmer storage of fruits?
John C Daley wrote:As a Civil Engineer I need to remind you the walls are made of concrete, cement is an additive to concrete.
Not withstanding, those walls do not look damaged at all from tree roots.
The photo of the other outlet is poor, what is it actually showing?
Jay Angler wrote:Great job on the round-wood woodworking - and a cute supervisor you've got!
Mike Haasl wrote:Isn't roundwood kinda fun?