Under the Stars & Bathing. ~ Lori Parr
But sometimes, on warm summer nights, when I am as dirty as can be, I fill the tub from the small burbling creek. It takes about five minutes with my small irrigation pump. I start a fire under it, set my candle lanterns on the tub shelf, go inside the cabin and make dinner while the water heats to a warm 106 degrees.
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Building a Wood-Framed Panelized Yurt
Building a Wood-Framed Panelized Yurt: This yurt is based on the original yurt design, employing a center ring and tension cable (I use two), but it is a twelve-sided all-wood yurt built using wood-framed panelized construction, which includes roof panels in addition to radial rafters si…
Fabric vs. Wood Yurts - Freedom Yurt Cabins
Yurts have come a long way since their inception in early Mongolia. Originally called “gers,” the Mongols used pliable birch or willow to create the wood lattice frame, and sheep or yak hides to cover the exterior. Today’s yurt enthusiasts have a fairly large and improved variety of brands, fabrics, materials, and styles to choose …
Build your own cozy outdoor cabana lounge!
Got a beautiful garden that's ideal for spending downtime but don't have the furniture to complement it? Perhaps this outdoor cabana lounge would be a perfect fit! This little DIY backyard lounge is especially perfect for those who love going to the beach since the structure resembles ...