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Contractor Nick Mystrom and his master builder Roger DeClement attempt to erect a two-story medieval castle tower in northern Idaho using the same methods used by masons almost 1,000 years ago.
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    Our host, contractor Nick Mystrom, lands in Northern Idaho to erect a 2-story medieval castle tower in the same manner used by masons almost 1,000 years ago. Great castles were built for barons, lords and kings to defend a medieval kingdom, using thousands of craftsman and laborers with some projects lasting over four years. But Nick and his Master Builder, Roger DeClement, have less than three weeks to turn the earth's materials of stone, wood, and a bit of modern reinforcements such as steel to build a 25 to 30 foot tower (weather permitting). Will Nick be able to relax and gaze upon the stars from atop the tower before reveal day? Will Northern Idaho's weather cooperate? And will Nick finally be able to present the tower to our recipients Kris and Chalon Frandsen, two self-proclaimed castle lovers.

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    Contractor Nick Mystrom and his master builder Roger DeClement attempt to erect a two-story medieval castle tower in northern Idaho using the same methods used by masons almost 1,000 years ago.

 

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The Castle Tower DVD (Full Screen 1.33)

Contractor Nick Mystrom and his master builder Roger DeClement attempt to erect a two-story medieval castle tower in northern Idaho using the same methods used by masons almost 1,000 years ago.