In the summer of 1977 Cathy and Greg Farrell enlisted the help of their friends to build a yurt in New York's Adirondack Mountains. Little did they know that humble yurt would be the start of a sprawling compound. Over the next few decades the space would grow to include a second yurt, a wood-burning hot tub, sauna, zip line, and cooking area. Now every year in late summer, dozens of the Farrells' friends meet in the woods to camp, cook and enjoy this one-of-a-kind space.
See the Full Tour: The Farrells' 250-Square-Foot Mongolian Yurt at Apartment Therapy
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