CL add ,what kind of wood do ya think it is

HDRock Posted By HDRock, Mar 5, 2013 at 6:10 PM

  1. ScotO

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    get us a close-up pic of the end grain of the wood in question.......we'll help you ID it.

    Either way, not a bad score at all for 30 bucks. I've wasted 30 bucks on a dozen and a half hot wings and a couple Captain/root beers at the tavern up on the mountain on a Friday night many times and it didn't keep me nearly as warm as that trailerload of wood is gonna keep you!!
     
  2. BobUrban

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    I guess that depends on how HOT the wings are Scotty - I love me some heat but have had wings that would let me keep the stove off for a night on a few occasions.
     
  3. ScotO

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    Bob, I used to LOVE the really hot ones.....but my stomach can't handle 'em anymore. I settle for the Mild Ranch-garlic-parmesan wings now (and lemme tell ya, they are AWESOME!).......;)
     
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  4. HDRock

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    Ya, my stomach says No No No ;sick


    WELL ,boys looks like the mystery wood must be Osage ;? , I got it in Fenton,Mi,, the splits are actually darker orange than the cell phone pics. I had a little of this stuff before ,didn't know what it was

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  5. chvymn99

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    Good grab for $30. But I'd go with Mulberry on that. It just doesnt have the OO look, IMHO from the picture.
     
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  6. HDRock

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    Well, maybe it's Mulberry , IDK
     
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  7. BobUrban

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    I stand corrected. Although I will x2 on mulberry - osage splits like elm, if not worse, and that looks like a pretty clean split and the bark does not look osage. Either way I think mulberry is better than cherry so it remains a great score.
     
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  8. HDRock

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    Cool , now I know what mulberry looks like, it did split good w the fiskars, nothing like PITA elm
     
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  9. bboulier

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    Looks like a very good deal.
     
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  10. ScotO

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    Yessir, without a doubt you gotcha some mulberry......good stuff either way.
     
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  11. HDRock

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    Oh ya second pic post29 is the home owners felling cut, good thing the ash fell over all by its self :eek:
    Was a group of three , I guess he didn't like that one ;lol maybe he bumped his head on it while mowing ;lol
     
  12. Woody Stover

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    It can throw a few little sparks but it burns pretty long. A lot of small dead or damaged ones in the woods here; I grab 'em any time I can. :cool:
     
  13. Backwoods Savage

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    Please send a check to me immediately. No post dating allowed. Be sure to include enough for postage.
     
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  14. Thistle

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    You take cash in well concealed envelope I presume?
     

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