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Old 01-07-2013, 07:08 PM   #11
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One of the reasons I have been pretty quiet here the last couple of weeks is because I have been working on acquiring two new sites:

Yurt Info and Living in the Round

These used to belong to Becky Kemery who recently passed away. If you have done any research about yurts then chances are pretty good that you have come across her work somewhere along the line.
We all will miss Becky. She has and will continue to contribute to everyone who is a real yurt enthusiast.

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Old 01-08-2013, 12:17 AM   #12
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Absolutely Ron (Tree-Bones),

I Visted Bill Coperthwaite at his home this August and he was the first one to inform me of Becky's un-timely passing. He spoke of her as a friend, and we shared a moment of silence. Truly, she was and will continue to be a good example for us all.

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To answer your query Jeff:

When you get over a 20 foot diameter, interior bracing or so-called "Wind and Snow Kits" are a good idea and sometimes (the bigger you go) a neccesity.

In my experience, with a 20 foot or less diameter it is completely un-neccesary and a waste of valuable resources.

I make 20 foot diameter and 10 foot diameter yurts for commercial sale, so, I don't use interior studs.

Also, our design is different in that we are doing some yurts with an 18" over-hang, and all with a pentagonal center piece which changes some of the rules of western American-style yurts.
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Old 01-18-2013, 09:04 AM   #13
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This is great that you've taken over Becky's sites. Happy that her work will be continued!
all the best and happy New Year... and a kind thought to Becky's memory!
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