Wood ID Please

jlow Posted By jlow, Jun 10, 2009 at 5:38 PM

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  1. jlow

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    Customer of mine shares a storage yard with the tree service that is contracted by the local electric company to clear trees that interfere with power lines.
    He told them that I need wood and they are OK with me coming by and picking up whatever they have in the pile. The pictured logs I picked up last Tuesday.
    They get Pine, Birch, Maple, Apple and others. What would these be? I have also included photos of the beginning stages of my seasoning shed.

    Thanks, Jeff
     

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  2. smokinj

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    looks like 3 woods silver maple birch and cherry
     
  3. LLigetfa

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    I think I see 5 different species. Silver Maple, Birch, Cherry, Spruce, and Ash.
     
  4. Jags

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    Birch - Maple - spruce.

    And that shed looks like its gonna be a mighty fine addition.
     
  5. joshlaugh

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    Cherry, birch, silver maple and a spruce round in the middle.
     
  6. Diabel

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    I see shoulder season wood & winter season wood. You have space for it...take it!
     
  7. Todd

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    The smooth barked stuff looks like soft Maple, maybe Silver since that one round had that peel away bark. I also see the Spruce or Pine under that large round that I have no Idea what that is. Oh yeah, that white stuff is Birch.
     
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