Stash spots

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6 Responses to Stash spots

  1. bill says:

    When I design mine I am not telling anybody and not taking pics. It’s hubris.

  2. Tennessee Budd says:

    I agree with bill. That said, #2 is interesting, and I was a cabinetmaker….

  3. czechsix says:

    Even though I really like the idea of those hidden areas (got that James Bond vibe going, I guess), everytime I really think about doing it I come to the conclusion that it’s probably better to store those valuables inside a fire proof box that weighs a couple of tons.

  4. Elmo says:

    Jim Beckwourth had a table in his trading post in Sierra Valley with a top that lifted off of to reveal hidden compartments. He left it behind in 1858, and it was discovered by the ranchers who bought the property in the early 1900s. I believe they still have it.

  5. Dan says:

    Hiding places like this only buy time. If the burglar has the time ( and badgemonkeys searching a place don’t worry about betting caught) they will eventually find these clever hidey holes. If the searcher knows you have something they will look till they find it, even if they have to trash the place.

    • Alex Lund says:

      Then I think you should hide a nasty surprise in there.

      Yes, I am thinking to complicated but does anybody remember the beheading scythe from Indiana Jones III?

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