This was a small contract for the new owner of 60 acre woodland.  The previous owner had clear-felled an area of larch leaving just the broadleaved trees, mostly mature beech, which had unfortunately been badly effected by storms in 2014. Our job was to extract the beech, which had mostly uprooted and fallen, for firewood.  While most of the timber could be pulled out down hill, it was a difficult site to work because of the amount of brash remaining from the larch felling. However, Elza was able to pick her way through the brash and then down a very steep bank on to the track where we left the timber for our client to cross-cut and take away by trailer.