Collection by Michael wright

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How to build your oseberg tent tutorial Vikings Celtic Viking Tent, Viking Camp, Viking Life, Viking Warrior, Costume Viking, Viking Reenactment, Tent Camping, Glamping, Decoration Pirate

Large Oseberg tent have combined the two spec drawing to show what poles are to the large tent The large Oseberg tent was 5.3 m long x 4.5 m wide x 3.5 m high inside,

Medieval Wedge Striped Tent - adore the design and the motto posted above the door. Kayak Camping, Camping Life, Camping Hacks, Outdoor Camping, Outdoor Gear, Camping Kitchen, Camping Cooking, Kayak Fishing, Medieval Fair

Double Bell Wedge - Tentsmiths

The double belled wedge tent is found in a number of medieval paintings and sketches. Henry the VIII’s camp drawing shows many of these tents in use and under erection. With a door in the center of the body of the tent, it offers usable floor space while taking up no extra area for guy lines. The tents are strong and able to withstand any weather thrown at them due to their triangular cross section. Add to this the fact that the double belled wedge needs only two vertical poles and one ridge…

Substituting disguised solar lights instead of flaming tiki torches Camping Life, Tent Camping, Camping Hacks, Glamping, Woodworking Videos, Woodworking Projects, Woodworking Wood, Larp, Handmade Lanterns

Duh - make the solar light supports out of bamboo! Lightweight and strong, can bun rebar down through bamboo to anchor it. Just too easy since I have the bamboo in the garden :-)

Gokstad tent pole heads Scanned from "The Viking-Ship discovered at Gokstad in Norway" by N. Nicolaysen 1882 (now out of copyright) Viking Tent, Viking Camp, Viking House, Viking Life, Viking Reenactment, Viking Culture, Norse Vikings, Asatru, Celtic Art

Gokstad tent pole heads Scanned from "The Viking-Ship discovered at Gokstad in Norway" by N. Nicolaysen 1882 (now out of copyright)

RV And Camping. Solid Tips And Tricks For Your Next Camping Trip. There are so many things to think about when it comes to camping, it can seem like there is too much to handle when you try and go camping. Camping Items, Camping Tools, Camping And Hiking, Camping Life, Camping Equipment, Family Camping, Tent Camping, Camping Hacks, Backpacking Gear

The One Man Baker Tent

A few years ago, The owners of Spirits Intent decided its time to make use of their of cut piles, and so gave birth to this little company Wild Canvas, the first product they wanted to create is a tent to go with their defender land rover. A friend introduced us to the baker tents, before…

Camping in a Tent or a Motor Home: What is Best? Tent Camping, Camping Gear, Camping Hacks, Outdoor Camping, Glamping, Backyard Camping, Camping Survival, Survival Skills, Survival Prepping

How to waterproof canvas

This is not so much a post about cooking or gardening, as it is about our preparations for a large event we sell at every year called Pennsic. Every year, we and 10-20 thousand other crazy people who are members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), descend on the town of Butler PA and…

Wooden Medieval Lantern with a door by TabernaVagantis on Etsy Camping Lights, Diy Camping, Larp, Tudor Decor, Vikings, Archaeology For Kids, Medieval Crafts, Campaign Furniture, Medieval Life

Wooden Medieval Lantern with a door

Replica of lantern widely used in Medieval Europe. Pine wood and hand sewn reindeer skin parchment. This type of lantern ( number 3 on second picture ) has doors to put the candle in. Various colors. Each lantern is a bit different than the other because of the parchment

Medieval and Star Pavilion Tent Construction and Techniques: December 2010 Tent Camping, Glamping, Canvas Wall Tent, Viking Camp, Tent Design, Camping Furniture, Tiny Spaces, Middle Ages, Construction

Medieval and Star Pavilion Tent Construction and Techniques

Section 2 Star Pavilion Fabric - cutting pattern, calculations and details Walls By now I am hoping that you might have made the frame, ei...