A buddy of mine who is in the landscaping business dropped off dumptruck load of storm damaged tree logs the other day. I told him I wasn't picky and any hardwood would be fine. I know part of it is bradford pear, which I think should be decent, and at least half the load is this stuff: It seems pretty light and is almost white inside when split. There were a few sticks in the load with maple leaves, so could this be some kind of maple? Doesn't seem like the greatest stuff, but I'm really curious what it is. Any ideas? I know the pictures aren't the greatest. And here's a picture of the pile. So far I'm guessing I've gotten at least 4 cord of storm damage wood in the past week - 2+ from my walnut tree that got damaged, this load, another load that someone else is bringing here to dump off, and a few small loads that I picked up curbside just from driving through a few neighborhoods after the storm.