The Wild Earth (WE) YURT is a traditional Mongolian Yurt,
imported into Canada from Groovy Yurts, in Alexandria, Ontario.
This is what they say about their Yurts:
“A yurt, or ger in Mongolia, is the traditional dwelling of Central Asian nomads. More than a tent, the yurt is the result of ancient savoir-faire and has been developed over hundreds of years. Made to resist extreme climates, this circular domed abode is warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Easily dismantled, the yurt is portable and self-supporting.
A yurt is an advanced tent. It is installed mostly outdoors and can be exposed to very harsh climates. In our case, we use mostly natural materials. The canvas is cotton based. The felt is made of sheep wool. The wood is mostly pine and larch, and we still use horse hair ropes. It can be expected that these materials will age even with minimal exposure to sun, rain, wind, ice and snow.
The authentic yurt is an absolute perfect dwelling for Mongolian nomads who require a sturdy shelter that is able to with-stand the extreme weather conditions. Details mean far less to them as they are setting their yurt up, taking it down and moving it three to four times a year. The yurt loves this attention and constant change. If something is broken or damaged, they will simply fix it. If water gets in they make adjustments. The Mongolian way is to find a solution.”
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