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Kaiser Schnitzel
Mar 28, 2006

Schnitzel mit uns




There was some discussion in the Woodworking thread recently about this guy's videos:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA...zSm8AlZyD3nQdBA
(Turn on captions and he does a little explaining)

This guy's channel is more colonial/early america but also really great:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx...312LulcajAkKJYw

I thought it was interesting discussion and something I am interested in so chat about it here I guess. I can't be bothered to write a mega-OP about something I don't know much about so, I guess the rule is no electricity and no internal combustion engines? (Steam engines are rad and always allowed). Survivalism/homesteading/living off-grid, all that stuff is welcome here.

I do some hand tool woodworking and have always been very interested in early industrial/pre-industrial crafts and would love to learn more about that stuff. I could spend weeks at colonial williamsburg kind of places.

Anyway, I really want to go dig a hole in the ground and dig some clay and make some little pots and build a kiln and stuff. Some of my favorite woodworking times have been out in the woods with a sharp axe or hatchet making walking sticks and mauls and dumb little lean-to's and now I think I'm gonna add 'mud' to my list of materials.

Kaiser Schnitzel fucked around with this message at 16:40 on Oct 17, 2020

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