Found large pieces of a tree that I think a tree service just dumped in a field. Been there for at least a year, maybe two as I can recall seeing it there in the past but I wasn't a scrounger then! The area was actually going to be developed for a commercial business park, but all they did was clear the land and put in nice roads. Never went any farther and now people just drive by an dump stuff. This was a big tree; trunk piece is at least 3' across and 5' long and bigger than my saw could ever handle. Did get some very nice pieces though and the bark just falls off. Other than that this stuff is SOLID. I am thinking oak? The bark is about 1-2" thick in some places and has deep grooves. Wood is a medium brown color with very very tight growth rings. This was an old tree by the looks of it but certainly did not die of old age or disease from what I can see from the stuff left. I know the picture isn't much to go on, but I know there is someone out there that can ID this! LOL ;-) Hoping this will be next season stuff; going to leave it in rounds and split it later this winter.