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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 06:02 am
Those of us who can’t wait to live in Tim Flannery’s Geothermia will envy reader Frollicking Mole, who works in an underground geothermic wonderworld every day:
That’s an emergency ladderway leading from deep within Frollicking Mole’s Geothermiaville, near Kambalda, Western Australia. Please continue your tour:
• Note the luxurious bathroom appointments (or, as Mole describes them, “dunny arrangements”).
• “This is what $90,000 gets you in the way of accommodation,” writes underground media identity Mole. “It’s a 20-man refuge chamber.”
• Here we see one of the three main vents that keep air circulating through the mine. Mole: “Cute little thing, isn’t it?” Yes; yes, it is.
• Behold the entry to Geothermiaville, featuring an emerging “dirt taxi”.
• And here is the underground crib room, a place of calming rest for FM and his mining mates. What’s with the yellow deals? Stolen hybrid stickers, perhaps? “Those things hanging from the roof are tea bags,” explains Mole. In Geothermiaville, you make your own fun.
Much thanks to Mole for sharing details of his unusual place of employ. If you work in a strange or challenging environment – maybe you share a desk with Catherine Deveny, or sometimes take calls from Kevin Rudd – please send your own pictures.
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