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Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 10:52 PM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

Yup that's it. The version I used to watch was narrated by a different man, plus the music was haunting, and captured the Alaskan spirit a whole lot better. Imo this is a bootleg copy.
Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 02:38 PM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

Off topic.

I read an autobiographical book and watched a video called 'Alone in the Wilderness' about Richard Proenneke. Dick built an 11x15 cabin on a backcountry lake northwest of Anchorage...
Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 02:03 PM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

If you care to watch the video I mentioned, copy and paste this:

nomadic tiny house: Mongolian yurt moves in 1 day, DIY style youtube
Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 01:55 PM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

My E350 work van is the standard length wheelbase, or ~60 sq. ft. behind the seats. If you are living in a van that size or even the 72 sq. ft' version, you gonna find 200' is heaven. In that case,...
Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 11:42 AM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

There's a youtube vid of a young nomadic European couple that filmed the tear down, move, and rebuild of their 16' yurt at a new location. So yes 16' is doable. However for longer term living that is...
Forum: Buying A Yurt 06-06-2019, 09:19 AM
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Posted By Bob Rowlands
Re: Shelter Design Yurts vs. Pacific Yurts

My comment only regards size. 16' is way too small for a primary residence for two people. WAAY too small. I know this from having had 16' for several years. 27' is a much better size. Trust me on...
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