Savannah wrote:You know . . . a yurt that looked like a pie would not be the hardest thing in the world.
illy dilly wrote:Welcome to eplaya!
It would be great if your tent/yurt/home looked like a pie, and had a hole for a door. Then people could yell "Shut your Pie hole!" and it would be out of love!
Basshenge sounds great, and a lot of work!
Savannah wrote:Achtung, PieHole! Welcome to your thread!
I watched one being assembled last year, and it truly looked easier than I had expected. If I had plans to drive down a large vehicle, I'd have a HexaYurt in a heartbeat.
piehole wrote:I am also on the hexayurt projects website right now looking at the videos. If its within my means then I MUST do it, I mean it'll just be too perfect since my nickname in real life has been Pie-* since idk, 2001.
illy dilly wrote:Since your post....piehole wrote:I am also on the hexayurt projects website right now looking at the videos. If its within my means then I MUST do it, I mean it'll just be too perfect since my nickname in real life has been Pie-* since idk, 2001.
The amount of time you've spent looking into it, you probably know more than me.
But from what I hear, Hexa Yurts don't seem very difficult. The difficult part seems to be transporting them to the playa, like Savannah said.
The other thing you need to think about is what to put under the HexaYurt, for a floor. I have no idea if most folks use more foam on the bottom.
Though is your name Pie because of the food? or Pie from trig?
If its Pie, like 3.14, then I would do a Munky hut, and I would have the half circle that makes up the monkey hut divided into 3.14 part from the part where it hits the ground on each side. Maybe do a door that shows 3.14 parts,
....sliced like a pie!!!!!!
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