Friday Jan 29 2010 comments Tree surgeon in Foresthill By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A With saw dust flying Scott Simpson concentrates on making the perfect cut on the downed oak. Bigger diameter trees call for bigger saws. Scott is confident that this 5-foot chain saw will cut anything he wants with ease. Tree removal is a dangerous job for any one standing around the scene, as limbs and idling chain saws dangle from Scott Simpson's bucket high above the ground. The totaled remains of Foresthill's Elijah's Jar food bank from the fallen oak. A view from the 85-foot boom reveals the significant damage from the oak tree completely smashing Elijah's Jar food closet. One of the positive outcomes from a fallen oak tree, is plenty of fire wood. Scott Simpson brings out the serious tools for serious jobs. Scott Simpson Scott Simpson of Scott Simpson Enterprises surgically removes limbs from a neighboring tree which was hit from a fallen oak tree which totalled a church and food closet in Foresthill last week. Perched up in an 85-foot boom, timber operator Scott Simpson cuts away part of a fallen tree in Foresthill, which came down during heavy snow and winds totaling a local church and Elijah's Jar food closet.