Medieval Building: Window Shutter with Wood Hinges at The Bushcraft Camp (PART 15)

Join us at the medieval bushcraft camp where I finish building the window shutter for the thatched roof anglo saxon house. I carve some wood hinges and using wood dowels to help make the shutter open and close. Using a hand auger to make the holes for the pegs. Meanwhile Dad works on moving the old bushcraft camp wood to a better location and reinforces the firepit.

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