I cut down possibly the largest tree in my wood cutting days. Looks to be a locust that was 24"to 26" wide at its base. I counted roughly 100 rings at the base of the tree, hard to believe this may be 100 years old. Can someone verify that this is a locust my poor pics? (sorry about the night time pics but I was excited.) That old Homelite in the pic is a gift from a previous neighbor and man, does that saw rip. I know it's old and not the safest saw out there but it does the job, that's a 24"bar on it. That log in the pic is from 20' to 30' feet up the tree, but the stump was huuuge, about 100 rings! The stump logs are still in the woods, I will have to split them there as I can't lift them up. So much lichen on most of the tree too. It was about 20' up the hill from a wet area. This tree snapped about 20' to 30' up from the stump during hurricane Sandy up here in Northeast Mass. My neighbor was kind enough to let me have it. Good neighbor.