Without thinking, I opened up the roof of my mine. Ah, beautiful sunshine.
That is, until it started raining.
Great, my mine got flooded, now what? I guess this’ll take a while to dry up. Might as well use that time to make a proper roof. What about the glass roof I speculated about earlier? Can’t hurt to try.
I stoked up the furnaces pretty high, and threw little bits of sand into it in the hopes that it’ll create something glass-like.
While that was cookin’, I went and re-built the mine’s roof with mud, dirt, and clay. Hey, it’s only temporarily, so I can afford to do these ugly make-shift things.
Went outside and started on a mold for the glass semi-sphere on top of my mine. Why did I decide on a semi-sphere? it looks a lot cooler than a flat roof. It serves no real purpose whatsoever.
Yeah. This should do just fine.
Headed back to my furnaces. They had indeed produced something glass-like. Or more specifically, rough glass. Ugly-ass half-sand all over it. I tried modeling them into easy-to-build-with triangles, but failed. This mess will have to do then.
Back outside again. Time to glass-ify this pile of dirt.
Quite a few days later, my mine had dried up, and my creation was finished.
So. Much. Beauty. Absolutely stunning.