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Have you checked out nofossils control system? It does a lot more than data logging , but would be really nice..
I loved my 064 .. It blocked over a 1000full cord of firewood without a hick-up. For falling work I preferred the 372 (unless we were talking big...
Another 100% red maple vote
I see a couple pieces of hickory in the 1st pic also
And a hard maple log in 2nd
Looks like a common Garter snake. From my experience, a 30" Garter snake would be a big one.
Not ash , probably poplar. imo
I'm in with popple.
Looks and sounds about right .. I sold thousands of cords of wood . Not stacked. I averaged 230 -250 cubic feet per full cord of split wood...
Not sue about the one(honey locust?) but the other looks to be an ash tree.
Maybe even tamarack or larch? Looks very similar to the local tamarack with the real defined grain.
I like his last words. Sounded like "Lets get out of here".. Maybe they had to leave before the owner gets home...lol.. Who would be crazy enough...
In my firewood selling days , my hand sharpened chains seemed to be as fast and sometimes faster than new. I think the faster cut was usually due...
Here are my wags with confidence levels .
#1 hickory 10%
#2 cherry 30%
#3&4 maple 80%(leaning towards red maple)
#5 red oak 20%
Lol. I enjoy...
Not a chance that split is red oak..
Maple, probably hard Maple.
Beech. If you look closely you can see the tell tale flecks, found in most beech, in the end grain and splits.
Maple. Leaning towards hard maple.
Red oak. Smooth bark is fairly typical of a younger tree... Looks like some maple (not sure hard or soft) at the bottom of top picture too.
All right ..I'm in at 1.92...lol
~2 cord would be my guess.
The local pellet mill produces 100,000 tons of pellets a year and another 80-100,000 tons of lower grade biomass for the cogen. plant on Fort...
Sticking with Black/Brown ash..Lol.. Can't find any online pictures to back it up, but I've seen it.. have you split any yet?
Ash, we always called it brown ash(never looked it up). Around here it typically grows in wetter locations. Wack it with a maul, I bet it flies apart.
I would do like Jags suggested. Personally I wouldn't use steel studs due to potential moisture problems. Put a pressure treat plate on floor and...
For the 1st few years that I sold firewood(100s cord/year) i split by hand. Anything that I had to hit more than a few times to split got tossed...
Elm. The not wanting to be split part is the deciding factor..lol.