ID wood from CL ad

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by BucksCounty, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. bluedogz

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    Freshly-cut locust is HEAVY. Dunno abt. poplar though...

    But your picture does make it clear- that there is DEFINITELY free wood. No question.
     
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  2. Backwoods Savage

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    Here is a picture for you to compare. This is white ash.

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    Glad to see U got it man :cool:
    Looks like ash, Another pic of white ash
    IMG_20121218_161352.jpg

    More ash


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    Green Ash cut last weekend.
     

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    Here's how you can tell; look at the flat cut-side of a round and if there is a little "pinhole" there in the center then it is Ash. I have found this to hold true time and time again.
     
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    Seriously, no white ash puns yet? You guys are slipping...
     
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    Does this saw make my Ash look big? :p Largest slab in back is 4.5 x 15 x 19 inches.Will be a great seat for a stout footstool or small bench in 3 years or so....Most likely I'll resaw it again in a year or so.
     

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    My ! white ash ! is sore from sittin on the bucket ;)
     
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  9. bluedogz

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    Try a milk crate- hear they're very useful.
     
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    Useful for sure but a cushion on it helps a lot! I like the "hot seat" cushions.
     
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    Oh you need that cushion, you don't want waffle ass!
     
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    No way. Looks like my "ash" is wrong again. Thanks for the help. Appears as though I got some ash. I can't believe it, but there was a pinhole at the center of every round. And, I split some and it split, suprisingly, easy. All the poplar I have ever split is tough to split with the axe. Thanks guys.
     
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