snabss wrote:i finished building my H15 yurt, today. yaaay!! but i do have a question, how do you guys attached the "wooden" door to the insulation board door. i.e if you are using plywood or something to strength the door part.
Wicky wrote:Also, what happens if the "breeze" is blowing when I get there. Is it just best to sit it out until is completely wind free?
lucky420 wrote:sounds good on your rebar and rope. I've never candy cained but drive my rebar into the ground at a slight angle away from the yurt.
Knots are always a mystery to me, i always seem to fuck it up and have to retie. but between my daughter and I we get it done. I'm planning to drive a piece of rebar in the ground at my house and practice tying knots. there is a simple and effedtive way to tie, I can just never remember it.
I use the bi-fil anchors because that is the "original way" and I've never learned the halo.
Wicky wrote:Thanks Lucky. One last question (hopefully)... I'm going with the side hinged, rounded corners, camp danger style door: http://bit.ly/O9aHIl. Any thoughts on a closing mechanism? Bungee?
otakup0pe wrote:Backup plan is : more tape.
lucky420 wrote:i use rebar as is. I don't candy cane them but do cover them with funoodles and secured stuffed animals.
why would you need to sharpen them?
lucky420 wrote:use a sledge hammer. It's really not that bad and there will most likely be someone around that you can ask for help... People like to help out and it's a great way to meet neighbors and reciprocate later if you can
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A Jester wrote:My six foot hexayurt was awesome, too. FSK tape (second year) held on fine. Used a rope halo, no tape anchors, no problem. Actually, the rope halo only had five stakes, because I couldn't find a good spot for the one in the front, and then some windy times later I decided I didn't need it.
Still working on a great door handle.
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