Outdoor adventure student lives his degree in a yurt outside Kamloops, B.C.
Special to The Globe and Mail
Michael Jefferey has taken student living to a whole new level. The first-year Outdoor and Experiential Education student at Thompson Rivers University built his own yurt in a farmer's field on the outskirts of Kamloops, B.C. and will live there for the duration of his degree. Living off the grid, the large, traditional Mongolian tent has no running water or electricity and is heated by a hand made wood stove, which he also uses to cook his meals.