Building a Medieval Bushcraft House: Window Frames | Bushcraft Project (PART 13)

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The building of the medieval anglo saxon house continues in episode 13 of this bushcraft project. Mike works on cutting out a window for the front gable end of the bushcraft shelter, and builds a frame for the window with some old peices of wood. Meanwhile Graeme works on building a new firepit which we aim to use stonework and masonry skills to build a more permanent and longer-lasting firepit in the centre of the bushcraft camp. Then the boys start chinking the walls of the gable end by using dried moss and clay to seal the gaps in between the logs. Stay tuned as the boys will finish the rest of the exterior jobs of the saxon house and then begin working on the interior! Thanks for watching.

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