Medivial Pavilions- LONG
Maureen_Martinez at ccmail.us.dell.com
Mon Feb 19 15:13:07 PST 1996
> From Jenny Winslow:
> I have seen two "round pavilions" in real life. Both of these
> used a rigid ring to support the walls. The only pole used was
> the center pole. The walls were supported at the top by the
> ring, and pulled out at the bottom by stakes. Making a "sided"
> pavilion, eliminates the need for the support ring, and your
> walls are supported by the poles at the top and stakes at the
> bottom. Note that both of the round pavilions I saw were small
> in floor area. They seemed to be limited by the design of the
> supporting ring.
Hmmm, she has probably not seen our yurt:-)
Oops, I guess I consider yurts another animal altogether....No offense intended.
As I have absolutely no experience with them, I will let you handle that
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