Making the choice to live in the round is a big one. Living in a yurt is definitely a big jump from the normal solid walled home or cabin. They make excellent vacation homes, backyard offices, spa or yoga space and beyond; but, when you’re considering 24/7 life in a fabric walled structure, there are a few things to consider!
We personally haven’t regretted our decision to live in a yurt, but there are definitely a few things we dislike, and yurts definitely aren’t for everyone.
Follow Blue Yurt Farms on Facebook to stay up to date on our life in a yurt — and feel free to contact us if you’re considering “life in the round”!
Also, look for a rental yurt to give it a spin yourself on our — Where to Rent a Yurt – page.
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And check out our guest post on fmj micro farm about “Living in the Round”.
If you’re just starting your yurt information journey – take a look at our compilation of US yurt sellers below, and consider taking a long weekend to stay in a rental yurt. You might also consider buying our ebook, “So, You Want to Live in a Yurt?” for a step-by-step breakdown of our yurt purchase/build process.
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