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Setesdalstunet

Setesdalstunet

Setesdalstunet

Setesdalstunet

Reproduction of the Lund stool.  I need one of these - perhaps a little taller - to travel with my spinning wheel!

Reproduction of the Lund stool. I need one of these - perhaps a little taller - to travel with my spinning wheel!

Old Tinned Copper Cookware?

New to this list but not to antique copper cookware. Currently, I am working on a documented.

Oh Look A Random Box In The Yard LetGÇÖs See WhatGÇÖs InsideGǪ WHOA

Oh Look, A Random Box In The Yard. Let’s See What’s Inside… WHOA! Great way to store a spare guest bed

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The settlement’s seven or eight houses were connected to each other by tunnels. Each residence could be closed off with a stone door.

This gives you some idea of the construction with a framework of beams holding up the roof-timbers. The picture is taken about half way along the house. It looks a bit empty and sad but would have been furnished with wall-hangings and benches covered in blankets and furs.

A Viking Settlement. Photo by Jon Whiting from Lejre outdoor museum near Roskilde in Denmark. Most Viking settlements were probably fa.

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