Did you know that yurts are popular on farms? (At least they are in northern California, in my experience.) Maybe because yurts are affordable, environmental, and can be moved around? Who wouldn’t want to live in a yurt?
A few months ago I wrote about the yurts at Pie Ranch. Well, Pie Ranch’s friend* Blue House Farm also has yurts. I’ve seen them. Not only do I love Blue House Farm, I’m a member of their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program (sounds like a Hair Club for Men commercial). And a buddy of mine lives in one of the yurts.
If you’re looking for some yurtastic food, join a CSA like Blue House Farm. You may be able to visit the farm. And it may have yurts!
Beautiful photo from the Blue House Farm website. No yurt, but you get the picture.
You might also enjoy Yurts at Pie Ranch.
* They are friends because Blue House Farm supplies some of the fruit for the pies at Mission Pie. Oh, and they’re almost neighbors.