Well since we returned from Hong Kong we have either been staying with relations (thanks guys!) or trying to find a more permanent place to put up our yurt. (Amazing what you find on ebay).
Its actually a lovely space to sleep in, if you can get the base flat enough. Much more roomy than the boats we lived on in Hong Kong!
We want to build a cob kitchen / loo as well. but that, sadly, is proving very very difficult. We tried by the sea near Overstrand but weren’t allowed to build even a moveable loo, and my car kept grounding out on all the ‘roads’ which were just sand tracks. Plus, no mobile reception – I can just about cope with no electricity, but I AM trying to run a business!
We tried a freind’s farm (too far away) and were longest at the family farm but weren’t allowed to build there.
So, sadly, we are selling the yurt:( but on a plus finally found a tiny place in Horning near Bewilderwood to rent. Not much suitable for us comes up there as its a big retirement/ holiday zone, so is mainly posh expensive places or no children allowed!
End of an era!