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hey everyone, i have a property out past kingaroy and already have livable dwellings there [caravans], wood stove [kitchen] etc. i have been interested in building a bag house for for the last few years now. but with the difference of it being built in an existing hole in the ground but also it would be a two story dwelling and then filling it all over with dirt. i have good building skills already but no experience in building a bag house let alone putting it underground. i would like to hear suggestions on such a construction. and would like to hear from someone interested in building their own structure on the property and living there.? i would prefer a retired male or pensioner that is still active, he must have his own transport also as the nearest town is 20 minutes away. he would also need to like the peace and quiet of the isolation there. no offense ladies because i know many of you are more than capable of doing what men can do and often times even better, but i have a female partner and jealously [always] creeps in, no matter what ones intentions are, even for a noble cause.!! so if there is a retired or pensioner man here interested in living out past kingaroy that has built bag houses before then get in touch. with kindest regards steve.
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