We like to keep big boules like this Sottish Elm intact for as long as possible.
It’s helps us keep track of special boards and it helps our makers because they can match boards, grain, colour and provenance for special projects.
We used to have to leave these precious boules at ground level but now we can swing them round and store them up in the gods, out of harms way – and by that we mean out of the workshop’s way. No ripping these boards for a cutting list than you very much workshop!
Thank goodness the combilift likes big, heavy lumpy stuff and small spaces.