Doing your own repairs might seem like what would happen in a rural situation, but if it's an ongoing thing, and it involves the roof over your head it gets exhausting and discouraging.
If you buy something from a company like this, you are completely relying on them for spare parts, be sure they will be around for you in 15 years.
r ranson wrote:
When I look at it this way, there is no reason why I shouldn't have a yurt.
I definitely can't afford to buy one, but if I could it would be the 4 wall or 5 wall yurt from Groovy Yurts. This company is a huge source of inspiration for me. They import Mongolian yurts that come from Mongolia and are built by people who live in Mongolia. For the most part, the yurts are made using traditional materials and designs. These materials and designs also seem to have the low eco-impact.
Any thoughts or words or encouragement?
r ranson wrote:I have the wood but haven't gotten further yet. The desire is still high, but the need is low so it keeps getting pushed down the list of projects.