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Pyramid Cabin #7690778 12/17/19 01:59 AM
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Wonder how this would be for a cheap deer lease cabin? 9 sheets of foam board, duct tape and some 2x2 for bracing. Crude, but I would bet warm and comfortable.
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Re: Pyramid Cabin [Re: dogcatcher] #7690926 12/17/19 04:41 AM
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What’s good for Burning Man (a week or so?) probably not so good for lease lodging, wind being your primary enemy.

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For the money and effort I but ya could come up with something more durable...that covered with tin might work..


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Re: Pyramid Cabin [Re: dogcatcher] #7691112 12/17/19 02:50 PM
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Sorry - where we are, it would be in pieces spread across many acres after the first wind from a thunderstorm.


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I would imagine that would not hold up too long. In addition to wind, I bet the rodents would make short work of that foam insulation.


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Re: Pyramid Cabin [Re: dogcatcher] #7691254 12/17/19 05:59 PM
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I had a well house that had foam sheathing on it fir over 10 years. It was still there 6 years after I sold it. Lots pf ways p protect it, on of the exam[les I saw was coroplast sheeting from used political signs, Another used poor man's fiberglass, and his was modular so he could move it. Tie it down? of course in another article he showed how he did it.


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Umm? No. With my luck it would cave in on me in the middle of a rain storm.

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That’s a bad idea.

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Cover it in fiberglass or canvas and you got something. tnttt.com

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