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wood id help please with pics

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by schwaggly, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. schwaggly

    schwaggly Member

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    It seems like a hardwood but has wide rings and no christmas tree smell.
    There is a good amount of this on the ground close to hom
    e but none standing to help me I'D. If this post looks like a ransom note it
    Just me on my smartphone sucks to type on but pics are easy.
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  2. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    OK, OK . . . you can have all my seasoned wood . . . just don't hurt the stove. ;)
  3. Jags

    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    That tree had needles.
  4. TimJ

    TimJ Minister of Fire

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    definately of the pine family
  5. midwestcoast

    midwestcoast Minister of Fire

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    I'd say Pine too. 11 rings on a round that size, it grew Fast.
    Pick some up for shoulder seasons, for quick heat-ups on winter mornings, also looks like good stuff for making some kindling.
  6. XJma

    XJma Member

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    looks like some really dry pine!
  7. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Will burn hot!
  8. Wood Duck

    Wood Duck Minister of Fire

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    If that is all one type of wood, then based on the bark I'd say Scots Pine. The pines with reddish/orange bark that you see growing around homes and in plantations are Scots Pine.
  9. nrford

    nrford Minister of Fire

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    Scotch Pine
  10. amateur cutter

    amateur cutter Minister of Fire

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    Agree, Scotch Pine, I've got an acre and a half of it. You can have all you want. A C

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