Wood I.D. Please (experts only!)

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  1. Der Fuirmeister

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    'think we found an expert......

    Actually I've been holding back here..........it's a dead wood tree
     
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  2. raybonz

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    LOL that's eggsactly what I was thinkin'! That's the tree from the Wiz of Oz which has branches that can hold you and moves slowly across the ground!! :)

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    I wish I had access to a tropical rain forest that I could clear and burn in my insert! Who needs all that pesky oxygen anyway? :lol:
     
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    There is a Banyan Tree in Hawaii that covers 2/3 of an acre, that is two thirds of an acre which is 14,520 square feet. Maybe "Move across the ground" was not the best term. But they do spread "across the ground". Because of they way they grow, If part of the tree dies, and the other continues to live....
     
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    In my expert opinion that one ugly tree.
     
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