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Pics aren't great, but looks like poplar to me
Definitely white :)
I can see the rays in all of those splits. Hopefully OP will post more pics to show you that that is white oak
All of that is 100% white oak
Holy thread revival !!!;lol
Edit: lol didn't even realize I was the OP of this thread. This was one of my first threads here!
Someone tell that guy that chainsaws were invented so you didn't have to physically saw back and forth ;lol
Looks like pecan
I've not done anything like this, but I anticipate you having trouble with at least the first two designs. Tarping wood like that is the worst...
I only have one covered stack, a "mini shed" that holds a cord. It's covered with corrugated metal roofing. You can't beat it for durability and...
Most fresh cut wood is pretty damn heavy, regardless of species. No need to wait to buck and split, the sooner it gets split the sooner it'll dry
Over a cord. That's primo stuff. I never get loads that are that straight
Wondering that also. Hope all is well with him
My advice: call every tree cutter around and ask what they do with the wood and if you can have any they don't use. Lots sell firewood, but...
I have a black gum in my yard and the fruit is not that dark or large. Looks more like a blueberry. Leaves are similar though.
Get some pics of...
Very nice. I think I'd be a bit nervous up in that bucket :eek:
Wow that's a nice surprise huh ;lol
Hey, free wood bucked to length is always good. Lots of people don't like poplar but I do. Easy to split and it dries quick. If you're around to...
Mulberry. Nice scrounge :cool:
I wouldn't pay 145 bucks for a pickup load of wood, that's a pretty raw deal on your end. That's 1/2 cord at the most, and likely only 1/3 cord....
I'd load up. Not a bad wood at all
Not sure I understand the post, but if it says what I think, Id stick with wood, its more fun >>
Around 20% is what you want to shoot for
Mixing less seasoned wood with wood thats a bit green is no biggy, but not ideal obviously
Thats primo stuff, dont worry
Wow, you got shorted for sure. That dead oak will definitely not be ideal this winter. I've cut standing dead red oak and had it be good to go in...
Like others have said, the plastic will trap moisture when it rains. If you HAVE to stack directly on the ground, lay down some rock or gravel at...
I'm thinking this as well
Wood can't get so dry that it will start burning poorly (ie black smoke etc). It may get dry enough that it's...
No such thing as too low moisture ;)