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Gotta have a roof over your head

I worked in social services for over twenty years and have visited all sorts of houses; houses of donors so sprawling I got lost trying to find the bathroom and houses in the hood so shabby the wind whistled up through the cracks in the floor boards. 424 more words

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Home on the Horizon

A poorly scanned ink drawing, the initial ideas and designs to inspired my 3d projects, making miniature homes and dwellings in found materials. See Here.


Tattle Tuesday- Oh I wish my venue was a yurt.

Please do not think I am ungrateful for the wedding venue I had when I got married because it was absolutely amazing. However, the dream was and will always be to have had a yurt. 729 more words


One year on: Thoughts on adjusting to ‘real life’ after an extended trip

One year ago yesterday I was arriving back in my home country of New Zealand for the first time in over 2 ½ years. It was the longest period I had ever been away despite living overseas in Australia, UK and Canada for nearly 10 years. 887 more words


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State Parks Offering New Camping Experience -- Yurts

AFTON (WCCO) — Outdoor lovers have a new way to spend the night at three of Minnesota’s state parks. The new shelters have the feel of a tent only with comfort of a cabin. 361 more words


An adventure steeped in time…of camel caravans, limestone sculptures and peace

They say that in the Utsyurt area of Kazakhstan, you will be cured of your vanity and petty desires…

I understand why…so dramatic is the scenery, so soulful is the silence, so humbling is the history. 617 more words



Carrying on from my post about more unusual travel accommodation where I showed a cave in Granada, Spain, here is a Yurt in Inner Mongolia, China. 260 more words