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Old 04-24-2015, 07:36 AM   #1
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if you make/set up yurts and have not sent me your brichure please send me one today Mary C Charest PO BOX 573 Earlville NY 13332.

I am looking for a senior or nearly senior yurt community with actitivities. I'd like to be near water owned by those in the community and others/main. to care for the grounds.

Right now I am in the middle of freezing Madison County NY -- Very bad for my heath/disabilities. Can barely move in the morning due to pain.

I need a place near dr's and Hospitals and a medium sized safe town.

The family owns 20 acres in Texas-- I am afraid the wind will rip it down. None of any if my family live remotely close that is why I am looking for a 50 plus community that us safe and can become friends and family.

My husband wants to go to Texas [Terlingua] but we can't seem to get started due to money, job for him, and a real plan -- I am here to talk about my back door plan -- that is a smart thing to have so...

best adult yurt community in a warm/arid area, cheap, why would you pick it -- tell me about the area. Hospitals/medical staff in general vicinity.
Township library, art clubs, book clubs, reading clubs, exercise for members in pain. I'd like to hear why you moved where you are, is it a beautiful area, nice nearby town with medical vicinity. Where is it? link? Best yurt community and why [50 plus age]. Dogs must be allowed I have a therapy dog. she is bug and friendly. please email longer postings to my email [email protected] and shorter posts here. thanks and bless you all. Mary


Our land in Texas is very remote in TR, Terlingua near Big Bend TX. Very far from my family. They live in NJ expensive areas, Baltimore MD Coast Guard, and Fort Mill/Indian land SC very expensive. I'd need to be in a real cheap community somewhere, with a nice township, dr's, specialists and hospitals, but affordable for poor disabled people.

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Old 04-24-2015, 08:34 AM   #2
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FYI a yurt that is solidly anchored to a well constructed platform is able to withstand strong wind. While not as strong as a well built house, they won't blow away until catastrophic wind is present. WAY better in wind than any typical tent design. My yurt withstands wind to 60 mph without any problems. Hope this helps. Good luck with your search.
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