Ever had an idea when you were drinking that was the best idea ever at the time? Normally you wake up the next day and review the night with your friends and you all come to the same conclusion, “What the hell were we thinking?” Sound familiar? I thought so. I’ve done it plenty of times and will undoubtedly do it a few more before my time on earth has drawn to a close. The nice gentleman in the photos below apparently said that he would ignore it, and decided that he wasn’t going to let his best idea ever just dwindle and die as so many others have done. He wanted a man cave, but not just any man cave. Oh no, this would put all other man caves to shame. It would be almost like an evil lair, sitting high up in the sky overlooking the entire area allowing him a better vantage point to plot out.. whatever he wanted I guess. Maybe what kind of beer to buy that night? So this guy did just what he set out to do. Check out this sky dome man cave in all its glory!
Here we have the man himself, standing with his creation. He must be such a proud father.
He welded the entire thing together himself. The entire project cost him $50,000 to build. That’s a pretty expensive idea to act on.
Finding a suitable place for such an iconic piece of architecture was absolutely crucial.
Once the structure was in place, it was time to furnish it. I wonder how much of a problem this presented.
The staircase leading up into a “Hall of Doom” of sorts.
What would an ultimate man cave creation be without a cold beer as soon as you walk in the door?
The view from this hand-made man cave is actually pretty spectacular. He definitely picked the right place to put this thing.
This thing has fingerprint control access, a Miracast Projector, and LED lighting system hooked up. All of these technological features are controlled by his smart phone. At least that 50k got him some cool stuff.
All the electronics in the dome are powered by solar cells on top of the structure. Energy efficient and environmentally friendly, not bad for a random idea.
I wonder how his neighbor feel about a big giant glowing dome on a hill next to them.
Then again, super villains don’t usually concern themselves with such things.
It’s not very often you see someone come up with idea like this and actually follow through with everything they said they would do. The man cave looks really nice and is actually a nice piece of architecture. One thing that I am really questioning however, is where the bathroom is. That would seem like a pretty big oversight in the ultimate man cave.