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Making a simple wooden bench can be anything from a piece of cut log to a scrap three-legged bench. Here are some ideas on how to do or how to create a simple bench. During a rather severe winter storm, we lost an eighty-foot-white pine along with our road by the lake. Begin cutting away the tree branches that protruded in the road so that I could see that many of the larger, stiffer branches had actually pierced the ground. The main stem of the tree was horizontal and held about three meters above the road. I cut away all branches facing the track as flush as possible with the boot. Remove both ends of the fallen boot and cut it up for campfire wood, leaving a nice sixty foot long log hanging over the ground.
I cut away all branches at the top and back of the log and left only the branches that supported the log itself. The big kids were busy stacking the cut pieces of logs of the fire ring and were eagerly waiting for a break for lunch. They asked what we were going to do with all that wood when we stopped and I said we were already finished. After lunch I had told them we would do some benches and all they needed was to sit down. They liked that idea well. The little grandson for three years sat on the log and I could see her feet dangling about one foot above the ground. No problems at all. If she puts her at a safe distance, I cut a flat section on top of the log about three feet long and one foot deep. Once formed, she could easily climb into her "seat" and sit. I repeated this step for every child and all three had their own private place to use. I cut several places higher up in the log for adults to stay and rest on their walks. These simple "benches" will be for many, many years and cost to note but some sweat.
Over the years, I have built benches between two closely placed trees. It is a trick to do this without harming the tree. Choose two trees about six feet apart and twelve inches or more in diameter. Using two PT two with four places one on each side of the stem. Measure up about thirty inches and mark with chalk or chalk that it is the height of your bench. You want to install three crossbands between the two two with four to keep the long two with four up against the tree trunk. It will look like a small ladder.
Now add at least three two with four or larger legs to the frame. These should be PT as well. Your frame is held in place by the tree trunk and keeps it from falling over. No screws or nails go into the trees themselves. Keeping the frame slightly loose causes the trees to float without breaking the bench. Mount some two with four cross pieces on the seating plate and you have another simple and cheap beach. A third bench can be built using any material you find in the field. Flat stones make good support and will be forever. Make the stone piers good and big and robust. You don't want your bench to rock. Using a heavy wood, using planks, an old lamb beam or even a plank cut from a locally folded tree, place it on top of the stone piers and gently with your hatch or knives, form the bottom of the piece of wood to fit nicely up the stones. A couple of hours of work and you have another long-lasting simple wooden bench.
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