You've got to click on the link and see the pictures of their home. It's fabulous.
The article says that this family of six decided that their 1900 s.f. bungalow was too big for them. So they bought 25 acres and put up 2 yurts connected by a centre entrance-way.
The mother of the family is quoted thus:
“People think that we’re . . . ” Labelle-Neven’s voice trails off, searching for the appropriate pejorative word for a family that’s opted for the uncommon. “But we’re . . . just . . . normal.”
They sound like us.
We're normal. We're just doing doing things in a way that is not common.
Now I want a yurt.