3 thoughts on “Yurting in Florence, Oregon”

  1. @Tj – Yurts are great. They include the following amenities: heat, electrical outlets, table + chairs, couch/futon, bunk bed with full size mattress on the bottom bunk, sky light, windows with screens, potable water supply, fire pit, and a picnic table. It’s like camping but with a mini-apartment. The only downside is that sometimes the distance from the bathroom to the yurt can be a bit far. Especially in the early morning when you’re groggy and it’s cold outside :-). The yurt that we stayed at was $29 per day. We had a great time. We sat by the fire, drank wine, ate cheese and chocolate and had a wonderful yurting experience. I think that sometime soon, they are even going to let people have pets in select yurts. You could bring the dog and then you have no legitimate excuse ;-)

    @Dennis – I didn’t know that “real camping” had to include a tent :-P

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