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Our beautifully painted tourist ger, Mongolia #yurt

There are no road signs in the Gobi Desert. Part 2: A break down

Mongolian Nomadic herder. The herding household moves their herds, largely comprised of sheep to different pastures for each of the four seasons.  Some households will move only two times, once in the spring to the summer pastures and again in the fall back to the winter pastures. Most families return to specific pastures year after year with use of that pasture being passed down through families.

visit Mongolia, experience the culture outside of the city and stay in a Yurt. (love how she has them bundled up in arms.

Inside a nomadic family's ger, Mongolia

There are no road signs in the Gobi Desert. Part 3: Snow

Walking to The English School of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar on Friday 2nd Dec 2016

Walking to The English School of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar on Friday Dec 2016

The Lords of the Taiga - MongoliaArt and design inspiration from around the world – CreativeRoots

The Lords of the Taiga - Mongolia

The Lords of the Taiga-Mongolia. "Highly distinct from the steppe grasslands found in much of Mongolia, the habitat classified as a taiga, dominated by forested area".

pendleton blankets in angela lindvall's yoga studio

Model Angela Lindvall Invites Us to Her All-Eco L.A. Pad

The Reindeer people of Mongolia 703-06: Sanjim who is the male elder of the Tsaatan who live high in the mountains of northern Mongolia. Faces his biggest fear which is that the young people may decide to leave the taiga, and that old people like him will end up alone. Sanjim rides his reindeer on their summer range. Donna Todd/Lightmediation

Kenzo on a Reindeer - inspiration! A tribal elder rides his reindeer across the steppes of Mongolia. His tribe has been recorded as domesticating their reindeer for the last years. by reiternick

I can't really explain this.  I have never been in a yurt.  For some reason, I am completely certain I would love it and would live in one if my husband weren't opposed.

I can't really explain this. I have never been in a yurt. For some reason, I am completely certain I would love it and would live in one.

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