I don't like the lack of a welcoming social shade area. The yurts seem as shut off as an RV, maybe moreso. That's just a personal preference, of course.
ConnieH wrote:My boyfriend built the shade structure for the entry, which I just loved...gave us a place to chill with our friends and passersby, and kept the yurt cleaner and cooler. I can't imagine not having a "front porch", because like someone mentioned, the yurt isn't very inviting on it's own.
jkisha wrote:They are build from approved building materials, so there could be no air-quality issues from escaping gasses, which would not meet building codes.
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gyre wrote:What thickness sheets are you guys talking about?
ConnieH wrote:And here is a picture of the yurt on top of my car, the poles for the shade structure are underneath the rack. We fit an amazing amount of gear in that little car!
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