Bench and table made from small trees cut down while clearing part of the section. The slope for the seat back has been achieved by selecting branches with an appropriate bend in them. All joints have been cut with a small chainsaw and the pieces screwed together with large galvanised screws with an hexagonal head.
The seat back is the edge of a milled log and the seat slats are smaller branches flattened on two edges with an electric plane.
The Adirondack chairs are made from a selection of wood milled and planed on site. One is lawsoniana and the other a mixture of oak and sycamore. All the plane work was done with a small electric plane. The boards are all screwed with stainless steel screws. These plans and the ones for the small table were downloaded from the internet.