Haha, then we are alike in one other way the north Alpes region, Gorenjska, where l originate is known for cheapness and unhospitality. Endless jokes on our account. Like "how do you know where the border of Gorenjska is?" "You start seeing toilet paper drying in the front yard"
I guess this cheapness gene brought me to DOW, so thats good.
Ouch. Thats a preety terrifiing experiance...
Thanks for the concern!
Not much of a problem now, the walls are rock hard about a foot under the surface, but its gonna be hard to start digging the cellar cave. The toughness increases with depth, and at about 3m depth l have no more fear, you can see how hard it is in the link above, but untill l reach that depth, caution will have to be taken. Allso, in heavy machinery is frequently driven on top (picture in post 38 with tractor loading the sand-the cellar will be right under) so untill l have at least 3 m of sandstone above my head l will reinforce the hallways (stears) with oak beams, like in a mine.
Ha! The biggest current danger for my son right now is the axe. He loves it and when he sees me hiting that stone with it he wants to do it too. Culd easyly cut his fingers so l am usualy not happy of him being around.