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The caschrome, used when preparing the lazy beds [croft land, near Lochboisdale, South Uist].
Man wearing old waistcoat and soft felt hat using right angled spade to dig and turn turves; grass with outcrops beyond. Man smoking pipe, waistcoat with gapping seams. Marshy grass ditch behind man. Rows of seaweed lying on ground beyond the man. The caschrome [cas-chrom] is a foot spade of primitive pattern used by the islanders of South Uist when preparing the lazy beds.
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Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID RMA-F-154