This is a post just to show that tiny living really isn’t anything new! This Canadian couple who helps set up a Viking Village attraction most summers decided to build their very own historically accurate Viking hut in their backyard when the festival was canceled due to the pandemic.
The tiny structure has mud walls and a thatch roof, and while they used modern nails, Pedro (who built the structure) is actually a blacksmith who could have forged authentic ones had he wanted to take the time to do so.
Pedro and his wife have spent a few nights in the hut, although they (understandably), don’t live in it full-time. Read more of their story here.
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Check Out This Medieval-Era Viking Hut They Built!
The couple over the summer, cooking outside their hut.
A look at the A-frame style roof.
The interior is decked out with historically accurate decor.
- Built without any modern tools (except nails)
- Authentically decorated
- Thatch roof
- Mud walls
- They’ve stayed a few nights in it
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Our big thanks to Saint Philip for sharing! 🙏
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