Climbing walls are becoming increasingly popular, and now, with the release of a new climbing video, they’re making their way to the mainstream.
As you might expect, climbing on a climbing wall is an adventure unlike any other, and the new video shows the joys of making a little wall out of your own personal home.
‘We’re not the only ones with this in Australia’ Australian climber Ben Miller told news.com.au.
“This is the first time I’ve ever seen a video where a climber is climbing on his own house, and it’s great.
It’s a bit of a different experience to what most people do, but the reward is just amazing.”
Miller, who was recently the first person to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in the Kalahari Desert, says he’s had people come up to him to offer him advice on how to make a climbing house.
“They’ve just come up and asked me, ‘What do you need for this?’
I’ve had them saying they’re having a bad time because they’ve got no tools, and they don’t know what they need,” he said.
The video, posted on Youtube by Ben Miller, shows the house as he built it out of his own backyard. “
The video is a great example of a climbing home being built from the ground up.”
The video, posted on Youtube by Ben Miller, shows the house as he built it out of his own backyard.
Photo: YouTube The video is shot in the backyard of the home where Ben Miller lives, where he’s a dedicated climber who’s been climbing on walls for a number of years.
The house features a large balcony, which is set back from the road by a railing, with a wooden railing.
A large section of the back wall is made of bamboo, while a small section is made from coconut husks.
“I’m using a whole bunch of the stuff I have around my house to make this,” Ben Miller said.
Photo by Ben Millar The video features a few examples of his personalised climbing house, such as a large section he carved from a coconut husk, and a large wooden balcony, as well as a wood stove, which has been carved out of a coconut.
“We’ve got the balcony and the chimney, which are the things you want to be making a roof,” Ben said.
He also made the walls from coconut bark.
“My whole philosophy is that you can’t be afraid to make anything you want, so it’s been pretty easy,” he added.
“There are no walls.
It all came from my backyard.”
Ben Miller says it’s a lot easier to build something out of wood than bamboo.
Photo of Ben Miller: YouTube Ben Miller is currently the only Australian who has made his own climbing walls, and he says it takes about a week of work to build a climbing tower.
“It’s actually a lot faster than just making one,” he told newscom.com:au.
“And then once you have a ladder down and a wall, then everything becomes a lot simpler.” “
Ben says his climbing house is his home away from home. “
And then once you have a ladder down and a wall, then everything becomes a lot simpler.”
Ben says his climbing house is his home away from home.
“This house, I’ve got my entire family on it, my mum, dad, brother and me,” he explained.
“They can go in and see it.
Ben also says that he loves climbing walls. “
So I’ve made a whole house for my family.”
Ben also says that he loves climbing walls.
“Climbing walls just make me happy,” he says.
“If you don’t do that, you can be in pain, so I think it’s really good to have a hobby.”
Ben’s house can be built on a lot of different materials.
Photo courtesy of Ben Millam The video also shows a series of climbing walls built by Ben, who has used a few different types of climbing materials for his climbing walls since he started making them.
“Some are natural materials like coconut huskins, bamboo, and wood, some are natural wood, and some are other wood,” he explains.
“Then there are also natural materials that are used in the process of making climbing walls.”
Ben and his climbing home are currently the first Australian to make his own “cat climbing walls” that have been constructed from coconut and coconut huskin.
“When I first made this I had to make it from a single coconut,” he tells news.co.uk.
“Because it’s not natural, and there’s a natural material that’s going to come out of it.
And then when I did it from the back, I