My experience with Tree ID is not very good. I've been searching through the forums and comparing the pictures to what I see in my back yard. I still don't know what these are for sure. Could you all help put some of these to bed? They might be pretty easy for those with experience. It will help me learn more about tree ID and also help me get my stacks right. Most folks here stack oak separately from other varieties (which makes sense to me), so I want to figure out if any of this is oak. Thanks in advance! #1 These are heavy, difficult to split and very stringy. Strong fragrance -- I've been piling the splits up and I can smell it as I walk by. Newbie guess - Elm? #2 I've been wondering if this was just a younger version of #1. Doesn't necessarily look like it, but these have some of the same characteristics. #3 These were heavy to carry but easy to split. Faint but nice fragrance off these. Kinda spicy. Newbie guess - some kind of Oak? #4 From the red color and the fragrance, I would guess these are cherry. But the bark is confusing me -- most cherry I see on these forums has a very different bark. The dog tried to take the splits below -- he was going after that juice in the second pic below. #5 I don't have a great picture of this next one. Initially I thought it was Ash but now I'm not so sure.