Tree ID Please?? Sandy Scrounge

chazcarr Posted By chazcarr, Nov 15, 2012 at 9:18 AM

  1. chazcarr

    chazcarr
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    Hi Folks,

    Saw this ad on CL and thought I'd ask if the wood could be ID'd. He's giving it for free, but my trailer has a blown out tire, so it would cost me ~80 bucks to fix it for this.

    Is it worth rushing out to buy a tire in order to grab this before it it gone?


    Thanks for any expert advice. I really need to get better at tree ID.
     
  2. CodyWayne718

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    Maple of some sort? Hard to tell
     
  3. basod

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    Well you'll have to get the tire fixed anyways right?
    If it's close by and you can access it easy get after it- looks like a back yard though.

    There is plenty of dead leaves in the area that should help with the ID.

    Gotta love the Milk jug mix can in that first pic:eek: Wonder how long it took to eat through that
     
  4. weatherguy

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    Like Basod says you need to fix it anyway and he says he has more wood than whats pictured, Id go take a look.
     
  5. jackatc1

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    That maple look's like some of it's punky.
    But on the other hand some look's ready to burn!
     
  6. TreePointer

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    Some of those rounds look like white oak to me.
     
  7. Boog

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    I'd have to go with maple too, the white oak I'm used to around here is more of a "shaggy" type of bark, whiter too.
     

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