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Yurt Dwellers Willing To Be Interviewed?!

 
                                      
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Hey all you yurt dwellers!

There is a new online magazine debuting in a few weeks, The Alternative House, and I'd love to interview a couple of folks who use a yurt as either their primary or secondary home or place of business...

Please post me a note here with a contact email or you can reach me directly at alternativehouseonline@gmail.com if you're interested in telling me your story...
 
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Hi,  we live in a 24 foot yurt.  We don't have it plumbed, and just use a camp stove, so I don't know if you would consider it an alternative house - more of a tent.  but it is home for now, and will be for several years more until we get our little house built.  You can contact me if you want but I bet there are other folks with more interesting and house like setups in their yurts.  Terry Jenkins "happy_deer_grass@yahoo.com"
 
                          
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I built a 14' yurt over the winter, will be dwelling in it all summer, First on the east coast in the Northern Appalachians,  Mid summer should be headed out to Colorado until mid fall.  So I'd call it secondary, will email you to get in contact.  Sounds like e cool magazine, hope you are using drupal.org or similar to make web life so simple.
 
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