Category Archives for "Yurts"
Camping Yurts is a small company located in Summer Lake, Oregon. They are about a 3-hour drive from where I live and I hope soon to go visit them in person. Camping yurts are lightweight, portable shelters, ideal for family camping, vacations, temporary accommodation, special events, or even weddings. They are very spacious with lots … Read moreContinue reading
Southern Utah has a special draw for anyone looking for adventure. Whether it’s the secret slot canyons, red hoodoos, or brazen night sky, this area of the Beehive State attracts outdoor lovers from all over world all year long. Utah camping options go way beyond the tent and RV. With so many visitors coming to … Read moreContinue reading
Ethan and Janet have decided to pull back the curtain and discuss this subject on his podcast. Janet is the Founder, President, and Treasurer of Tiny House Alliance USA and is currently leading an exploratory initiative to develop new global building standards with ASTM. Janet does a great job of explaining what ASTM International is, … Read moreContinue reading
In this week’s episode of the podcast, Ethan interviews Kevin O’Brien about living in a yurt full time. In some ways, a yurt might be considered the first tiny house on wheels. The nomadic tribes of Central Asia have used this round tent covered with skins or felt as a mobile dwelling for hundreds of … Read moreContinue reading
Located off the coast of mainland Scotland, the Isle of Eigg is tiny, yet mighty. Not only does it survive the rough northern seas, but it also serves as an example of what can be done when a community stands and works together. Eigg is a tiny island in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. Before 1997, … Read moreContinue reading