Can it be said that wood is a primary commodity for living?
Certainly if one traces the history of the peoples living in the mountains. The attached downloadable file analyses the customs and traditions governing the cutting and procurement of wood in our community.
A great tradition that never dies and that is renewed in local workshops where the tools once used for its processing are still on display. It is burned, stacked, received as a communal part, transported, split and finally burned to heat the house or to prepare food.