|Green plants reduce the amount of carbon as |
they process it during photosynthesis. Hey hibiscus
thanks for the oxygen!
Now that the yurt has a tight roof and walls, it can rain, permission granted. And the past few days it has rained, some.
If you are a believer in climate change, like me, you can tell by the conversations of long time locals; the weather (climate) is changing. So try to minimize your carbon output. Plant a flower!
|A glimpse of the waning moon.|
I am currently looking for the moment when the brilliant dawn lights up the dome.
Yurts, another good reason to get out of bed in the morning!
I am fortunate to have a very sweet location. The sunrises down the way, across a large swath of the Pacific filling the sky with some new eye candy every day. Today was cotton candy.
|Looking out and looking in.|
People are especially impressed with the doors on the Colorado Yurt. The wood is beautifully grained, sanded and finished.
They also make a good mirror, which enables a moment of "self-reflection".
|insulation panel into place.|