The ten inch tee-hinge bolted into place.
Again, use the truck as saw-horse and build the chapel doors.
A view into the work site from the road.
The versatile portable drill, and versatile short screws.
After the traveler passes by on the road along the stone wall comes the chalkboard and often a poem.
Bed the screw.
These two jacks, who have traveled with me for decades (and look it) are the helpers deluxe when coming to lift the doors into position. Spruce blocks, wood shingle shims, any old board also help the installment along.
After one of two doors is bolted into place (not screws), measure out and see how the next door has a clearance magic of "1/4." That's what you're shooting for.
We brought him over to this new spot to see how he likes it. So far, not a peep.