The Axe Women have performed all over the United States and in many of the Canadian provinces...at Local, County and State Agricultural Fairs, Open Houses, Professional Baseball games, Breweries, Corporate Summits and Woodsman's Shows!
Recent breaks in the weather have the Axe Women in full "Spring Training" mode! We get a lot of questions about what kind of equipment we use...the photo below is a great example of a few quality products we love! ("Shameless Product Plug Warning" for really good equipment that we really do use!)
The boots Alissa is wearing are women's steel-toed Carolina Elm's. These boots are just down-right quality - we use them all the time, whether it's a professional timbersports competition or working out in the woods! The axe she's using is a Precision Competition Chopping Axe, made in the U.S.A. That axe in the background is made by Tuatahi Racing Axes & Saws of New Zealand. To us, both companies represent two of the best available competition-level axes. And, just in case you were wondering, the wood was cut using STIHL chainsaws!
Here We Go!!
Do you know where the term "Lumberjill" comes from?
Check out this link to a VERY cool page that tells the story of the Women's Timber Corps...the "Lumberjills" of Scotland!