Weather or Not?
I have a question regarding the use of my Komo grain mill in a wet climate. We will be moving to Olga, Washington in the not too distant future. For six months we will be living in a yurt(pictured here) while our house is being built. I would like to take my Komo mill with me to the yurt. We have electricity and I have a Coleman oven sits on top of my propane stove that I will use to bake bread. My husband doesn't think this is such a great idea because of the moisture in the air in the yurt and claims it may damage the mill. I contend that although it is wetter in WA than in Northern California, this difference should not hurt the mill and infact, it would be better to use it once or twice a week rather than having it in storage for 6 months. What do you think? Thanks