Radio West | Nov 20, 2012 | 7:09

The Classifieds Yurt for Sale

This week, in the Classifieds we meet Grand Forks' Christy Luke. Here's her ad: '32 foot Yurt for Sale: $50,000 original value. Now $25,000. Stored in Grand Forks, BC.' Christy and her husband bought the yurt just two years ago to fulfill a dream. Things didn't go as planned.

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