We didn’t care for the final product but love the photo and this nugget: “The log was debarked and the seats were axed out by a professional ‘Lumberjill'”.
Lumberjill!!?? Googling it lead to the discovery that during World War II there was a branch of the British Forestry Service called the Women’s Timber Corps. They were called Lumberjills:
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