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Skyking, Thanks for these links! That Australian tent, Diamantina, looks like one heck of a tent. I just watched the videos on them, and they seem far-superior than the Kodiak and Springbar tents that are similar, and also high quality.

As soon as I can afford one, I'm getting the 12 by 9 foot version. Thanks again!
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I've been doing a bunch of research on yurts as a permanent structure and I'm building one to use as a shed.

I'll be putting up a Hexayurt.

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Very cool links, i just sold my tent trailer to help pay bills and finding these websites and a magazine i recieve has got my mind going in some new directions for building a nice camping/survival trailer.
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I lived in a yurt when I was a kid for about 5 years on our property in northern Cali...I enjoyed it...was hard work though...I also lived in a tent in Africa for 5 months while in the military...wasnt as enjoyable, but doable.
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We have one of the heavy canvas wall tents with a small wood stove. If you throw in a couple cots you have some pretty comfy and transportable outdoor living.
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Skyking, Thanks for these links! That Australian tent, Diamantina, looks like one heck of a tent. I just watched the videos on them, and they seem far-superior than the Kodiak and Springbar tents that are similar, and also high quality.

As soon as I can afford one, I'm getting the 12 by 9 foot version. Thanks again!
let us know how it works out and some pics
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interesting post ..please keep us informed.. some of these look very comfy
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