Little bit of cutting today

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by madtrapper, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. madtrapper

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    Some that I cut last year sitting in the same fence row ImageUploadedByTapatalk1354043312.692060.jpg
     
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  2. Jack Straw

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    Is that Ellum? I think I see a little Hornbeam.
     
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    Look like dat old black locust again
     
  4. madtrapper

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    Oak
     
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    Ya I do see a lot of oak leaves<>
     
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    Bark & heartwood looks like Bur Oak
     
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    Looks like you made a few brush pile for the cotton tails to hide in.
    Also a good place for fox & coyotes to visit ;)

    Good looking pile of BTUs for a little cutting on nice weather day :)
     
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