Mansion

Episode 6

A Love of Yurts Inspired This ‘Glamp’ Retreat

By Wall Street Journal

香蕉视频苹果下载Kristin Tang first camped on her lakeside property in Fruita, Colo. Then, she wanted to make that feeling permanent, creating a home comprised of three yurts. She gives us a tour of her high-end glamp retreat. Photo: Alex Griffin

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