Hemlock and oak
It is a fungal stain. It occurs very quickly on the maples(you have Soft Maple) simple feed by the sugars in the wood, exposure to Oxygen, and high...
Yes, 1750 from the bark. I'm on the road all the time for work and this is one of the things you see all over Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and to a...
EAB, for sure. It's a goner!
White, Green, and Black. White Ash can have a very small heart or rather large, just depends on several factors. Looks like you have White Ash there...
C/S/S Keep it off the ground and dry. Top cover after the first year or two.
Ash for sure
I'm WRONG.........The splits are ASH! I had thought in the back of my mind but jumped to too quick of a decision.
It's not oak! Yellow Poplar/Tulip.
Simple answer......You could do that.............BUT^^
That one piece looks like Hemlock. To keep it simple the rest is Red Oak.
Aspen has fibers that interlock (run in multiple directions), and is very hard to get a smooth finish when dried and used as furniture lumber, and...
I leave piles uncovered first year, and top cover only after that. I keep three yrs, ahead.
You don't need to worry about 100"+ of snow either!
Cottonwood. Absolutely is not Basswood.
The photos I possibly see a piece of ash in is the first two, the piece on the top of the stack with what appears to be light colored wood with the...
You are a GIANT of a man if that tree is 48" in diameter. Looks to me like 18" in diameter= about 54" in circumference. Finding a buyer for veneer...
Sass, cherry, and Ash in that pile
It will also rot in the stack if not kept dry ie; NO RAIN Exposure.
Lots of quick short lived heat. Dad burns when working in his shop, he can stay close and keep fire fed. go-fer wood..... throw some in and go-fer...
Your Black Cherry is the same as mine!
Then it is staged, I know there are some DMF's out there but this would be suicide.
I say photo shop.
It's either Piss Elm or feline Willow ;) will not allow use of the proper "specie" but you get the idea. These are the only ones I can tell by smell.
It is most definitely NOT Black Cherry!
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