So, you finally threw down for a plot of land and you want to set up a temporary shelter while you’re figuring out where to put that foundation. Yurts have a certain steezy Asian vibe that’s impossible to replicate, but they ain’t cheap. Barebones safari tents, created by the same folks who do Goal Zero solar generators and batteries, on the other hand, are closer within reach: $2,000 for a 120-square-foot, aluminum-framed nylon shelter.

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