Zeb and Eider Duck visited Grandpa Bredo Morstoel in his Tuff Shed. Brad, the man that keeps grandpa supplied with dry ice, took us to grandpa Bredo’s house and into his Tuff Shed.
This house was built according to the directions of grandpa’s grandson, Trygve Bauge.
This house is built to be earthquake-proof, bombproof and fireproof and have room for cryonically preserved body storage, as well as be sustainable and economical.
Before the house was finished, Trygve was deported to Norway for a visa violation. Brad took us into the Tuff Shed
and opened the box holding grandpa’s coffin, or sarcophagus. The box contains dry ice to keep grandpa frozen.
The coffin, or sarcophagus, is elevated or suspended in the box. This permits the dry ice to be under, around and over the sarcophagus. Brad delivers about 1500 pounds of dry ice every two weeks. The ice is paid for by Trygve, in Norway. Zen and Eider Duck are sitting on the coffin.
But not for too long. This is really cold.
Let’s go into the house. It is constructed of reinforced concrete and steel beams. This is the living room, with the wood burning stove. We believe this stove is the only source of heat in here.
We really like this painting.
Brad said that grandpa Bredo painted it years ago. This house is build in a very nice area. The view from here is great.
We are on a mountain looking down at the town of Nederland. This is certainly a beautiful spot for grandpa to wait to be reanimated, or brought back to life. We were told that was the purpose of cryonics. To freeze grandpa until a cure for his heart attack is found and then to bring him back to life. We wonder, will that work?