A group of SVT employees and friends, led by ring leader, Joe St Onge, remodeled the Boulder yurt in the early part of October. Bunks were shuffled to create more room and many features added or changed, All new are the: stove, kitchen counter and shelf, dining table, book and game shelves/storage, a two person couch (decked out with leather pillows no less), shelves for top bunks in addition to retaining bars and ladders to help the little yurters. A new shell and roof were put on and around the large yurt! The most noticeable change is that the shell now offers two east facing windows! The added natural light is amazing. We are calling this Phase One as adding a Goal Zero solar system to power interior lights and small speaker are going to happen very soon!
It should also be mentioned that at an overnight detailing session by the St Onge and Wolfrom family, a fun event happened. Finn lost his first tooth while brushing his teeth. Upon spitting into the slop bucket, Finn not only spat out his toothpaste, but his tooth too! It was looked for, however, the tooth was never found. Still, the Tooth Fairy was very kind and paid up even though Finn only had a note in place of the traditional offering. As he kept saying, “I really lost my tooth!”
Teaching children about the Tooth Fairy is a fabulous way to encourage children to take a proactive approach to maintaining their oral health. Talking about the Tooth Fairy can also make trips to a Dentist in Brentwood or a dentist in your area seem less daunting for a young child.
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Thanks to Craig Wolfrom for use of his images!