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To dream
To dream

Four Clover Love Catching Dreams with creativitywith ♥ by Marloes Dreamcatchers I dream all day, sometimes sleeping, sometimes meditative and often awake. I dream about the here and now and later. The possible and the impossible, what is possible, want...

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Yurt night in the snow
Yurt night in the snow

Waking up in the snow, in the middle of the wood. fairylike, but.. cold? Not if you're in a warm yurt with the wood stove to. Then in lovely warm while freezing outside.

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Yurt as a student residence
Yurt as a student residence

Is it a good idea for students to live in a yurt? In a series of: Living in an alternative student room examined reporter Siham the Fontys Tilburg Journalism or Yurt eligible. They visited our Ger Renkum , braved the cold ...

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Mongolian Ger (Dorm): 10 things you want to know
Mongolian Ger (Dorm): 10 things you want to know

Ten things you need to know about a Mongolian ger: 1. In Mongolia called the round tent Ger’ in other countries it is called Yurt. 2. A Ger weighs between the 500 and the 1500 weight (like a giraffe) 3. There are daily 30 Ger's built on the outskirts of Ulan Bator. 4. A Ger is always around, so the wind can pass anywhere. 5. In Ger can live an entire family. 6. There is no bathroom or toilet in a Ger. 7. You never stands on the threshold of the Ger. 8. You always run counterclockwise in Ger. 9. You never leaning against the poles of the Ger. 10. It takes between 1,5 in 5 hours to build the Ger.

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What no one tells you about living in a yurt or tiny home

You're in a Mongolian Yurt, somewhere in the woods. You already have your insta photos already online, (#outdoorlifestyle) the sun goes down and it starts to rain. Super fun and groovy stuff, but now you're cold, wet and hungry. And k * to heater will not handle all. The likes on your socials flows within.. but how much you have really tiny in your home and your hip yurt?

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10 tips: Winter Camping in a Yurt
10 tips: Winter Camping in a Yurt

Creep snug on the stove in a Mongolian yurt during your winter camping trip. Camping is possible all year round. Winter camping is nothing new among us for the fanatics of course. Those going for years the forests with their bivouac bags and pocket knives and build igloos and snow pine branches. Do you belong to the group that associates with winter camping: hot stoves, woolly socks, sheepskins and lots of good food? Then you will probably be happier with a Mongolian Ger. Be here 10 reasons to go into the woods while the rain, wind or snow you clobbering.

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Robin Borneman Live at the Ger
Robin Borneman Live at the Ger

Acoustic performance of Same Old Song by Robin Borneman. The performance is part of an interview with Robin Borneman for online Dutch music zine 3voor12. Interview and credits by Eric Veltink.     Acoustic performance of Robins new song Andy, dedicated to...

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Book: (to) silly sleeping places
Book: (to) silly sleeping places

Every weekend Renske pull it out in her orange beetle looking for the best sleeping spots in the Netherlands and Belgium. They slept in barrels, gypsy caravans, pods and of course one of our Mongolian Yurts. About all those crazy places she has written a book. Full of tips and photos for a crazy weekend.

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Is it a Ger or Yurt?
Is it a Ger or Yurt?

Is it a ger or yurt? What do you call the tents from Mongolia? The answer is simple. A Mongolian tent called a ger. A yurt you come from Russia or Kazakhstan or Turkey direction. What is a ger? In Central Asia, there are several nomadic tribes ...

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GezondNu, Silence in a Mongolian Ger tent
GezondNu, Silence in a Mongolian Ger tent

GezondNu The magazine is dedicated to silence this month. Our Mongolian Ger in Renkum on Natuurkampeerterrein Quadenoord received an honorable mention from your silence nature tips. Besides the shifting sands in North Braband, the Wadden island Schiermonnikoog Dwingelderveld in Drenthe and a monastery in the Vechtdal our Ger one of the last places in the Netherlands where it is still really quiet.

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