The yurt was made by GoYurt. Thanks, Howie, for the excellent job!
We hauled in all these parts and more, carved steps up the hillside, and Mark chainsawed down a small tree.
As the yurt went up, Anna mostly sat and watched. (Not!)
Some views of the construction.
After it had been up a year, I took some more photos..
And some views of the interior.
Yes, it has power and internet now.
Ethernet only goes so far, so there's a repeater in the woods enclosed in tupperware.
In 2009, I added a small stove, which is a huge improvement. And in 2010, a custom, self-leveling bed.
In 2012, the yurt was taken down, as the roof needs repairs, and in order to maximise the lifetime of the rest. Only the canvas of the roof is in bad repair; the walls have stood up remarkably well to 4.5 years in a wet environment.