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Re: I'll take some truth: locales where yurts are approved.

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  • Jean
    Kingman, Arizona. Granted, the weather is on the warm side, but not awful. This is Mohave County, on the NW border of Arizona. You can see pictures of our 30
    Message 1 of 8 , May 1, 2011
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      Kingman, Arizona. Granted, the weather is on the warm side, but not awful. This is Mohave County, on the NW border of Arizona. You can see pictures of our 30' Pacific Yurt here: www.ttrsracing.com/yurt.htm


      --- In The_Yurt_Community@yahoogroups.com, "Mel" <silverkitten@...> wrote:
      >
      > OK. So, for various reasons, it appears that our original plan is probably not going to work. That's ok, I've gotten past obstacles before, I can do it again.
      >
      > Does anyone know of counties/townships (any state in the contiguous US! But colder is better!) where yurts have been approved as homes? Or we know they don't care? I would need to have kids in the public schools, so it would soon be obvious that the yurt isn't an occasional retreat.
      >
      > Obviously I'd have to verify on my own, but it would be wonderful to have a couple places to start researching land, etc.
      >
      > ;o)
      > Melanie
      >
    • Jean
      Kingman, Arizona. Granted, the weather is on the warm side, but not awful. This is Mohave County, on the NW border of Arizona. You can see pictures of our 30
      Message 2 of 8 , May 1, 2011
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        Kingman, Arizona. Granted, the weather is on the warm side, but not awful. This is Mohave County, on the NW border of Arizona. You can see pictures of our 30' Pacific Yurt here: www.ttrsracing.com/yurt.htm


        --- In The_Yurt_Community@yahoogroups.com, "Mel" <silverkitten@...> wrote:
        >
        > OK. So, for various reasons, it appears that our original plan is probably not going to work. That's ok, I've gotten past obstacles before, I can do it again.
        >
        > Does anyone know of counties/townships (any state in the contiguous US! But colder is better!) where yurts have been approved as homes? Or we know they don't care? I would need to have kids in the public schools, so it would soon be obvious that the yurt isn't an occasional retreat.
        >
        > Obviously I'd have to verify on my own, but it would be wonderful to have a couple places to start researching land, etc.
        >
        > ;o)
        > Melanie
        >
      • ben_azo
        Thanks for the beautifull selfexplaining pictures & Links Old Ben
        Message 3 of 8 , May 1, 2011
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          Thanks for the beautifull selfexplaining pictures & Links
          Old Ben

          --- In The_Yurt_Community@yahoogroups.com, "Jean" <tjc_tata@...> wrote:
          >
          > Kingman, Arizona. Granted, the weather is on the warm side, but not awful. This is Mohave County, on the NW border of Arizona. You can see pictures of our 30' Pacific Yurt here: www.ttrsracing.com/yurt.htm
          >
          >
          > --- In The_Yurt_Community@yahoogroups.com, "Mel" <silverkitten@> wrote:
          > >
          > > OK. So, for various reasons, it appears that our original plan is probably not going to work. That's ok, I've gotten past obstacles before, I can do it again.
          > >
          > > Does anyone know of counties/townships (any state in the contiguous US! But colder is better!) where yurts have been approved as homes? Or we know they don't care? I would need to have kids in the public schools, so it would soon be obvious that the yurt isn't an occasional retreat.
          > >
          > > Obviously I'd have to verify on my own, but it would be wonderful to have a couple places to start researching land, etc.
          > >
          > > ;o)
          > > Melanie
          > >
          >
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