Man Spent Over $200K To Live In An Abandoned Plane In The Forest. Has All His Work And Money Paid Off?
Likely all people have a dream about owning the perfect home. As it turns out, the most creative of us are able to design comfortable homes in the most unexpected places.
Engineer Bruce Campbell spends 6 months a year at his “summer cottage” in the Oregon forests for already more than 15 years. He bought this place almost 4 decades ago. Once he came up with an idea: he decided to "save” one of the airliners unsuitable for further operation from recycling. This is how Campbell became the owner of the decommissioned Boeing 727 in 1999. Many years of hard work and about $220,000 paid off: the man converted the airliner into a quite comfortable and rather modest dwelling.