Jayne‘s great grandfather built a ‘humpy’ in the bush back in the 1800’s as a far north Queensland pioneer.
He felled the trees, milled the timber and built the hut. Luckily his grandchildren had the foresight to salvage some of the timber when the humble dwelling was demolished some years back.
Jayne & her parents (David & Hilda) have been waiting to find the perfect idea to pay their forefather a suitable tribute. And here’s
just some of the work we’ve done for them using this well-aged, genuine north Queensland rain forest cedar.
Daughter Jayne had a hat rack and hall table made.
It’s such an honour to be working with such rare and precious timber. Good for the soul!