Short history of nooitmeerhaast
1996- Froit gets drawings and patent in Mongolia
1997-First five-wall standard ger built and inhabited continiously
1998-Saving up materials for 4-wall
1999-Froit, Tamara and Maarten build 4-,5-, and 6- wall gers
2000-Peter, Gabriel,and F/T/M build 6- and 4-wall, and mamager
2001-Arjan, Menno/Manon and G/F/T/M build 4-,5-wall, four door theatre and little Temple
2002-Suzanne, Marlies, Bernadet, Fons, Nancy, Martin (where would we have been without Martin) and F/T/M build Palace, Castle, Church, one 5- and two 4-wall ger. Froit goes to Mongolia to find out more....
2003/2004-Nooitmeerhaast is building 4-5 Ger in Holland: Loes/Jeroen, Harm/Marieke, Erx , Moniek, Martin (of course), F/M and Bernadette build 6 or 7 Ger in a new workshop in Veenendaal, M built 1 in France and Bernard is busy in Frankfurt. Summer Rentals become a 24-hour job.
Mongolian Embassy declares our Ger 'best built in the world'.
Permission to publish book about original Ger
The Real Mongol Ger-Book gets written.
2004/2005 Nooitmeerhaast sets up new workshop for Erx, Daniel and Peter to build Ger separate of rental-business.
Nancy and Maarten start on experimental 3-wall-Kirgiz
Nooitmeerhaast celebrates first Lustrum with 17 Ger pitched on one field!!
In the midst of a very busy rental-season, the first books get ordered and printed.
2005/2006: The workshop has to move again in mid-winter, this time to 'Het Grensgeval', in Baarle-Nassau.
Daniel, Ingrid, Lisa-Riemke, Tuur and Matijn get their gers done, and we make two for sale, Ruud-en-Tiny, and Buurtboerderij.
Froit is sent off to Mongolia to offer a copy of the Book to the Mongolian National Library, amongst other things.
2006- Nooitmeerhaast orders the first container of Ger from Ger-Tereg.