Wood ID Please

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  1. learnin to burn

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    Picked this load up the other night. I thought in the dark it was poplar but realized the next morning it wasn't. 3 rd pic is of stuff that has been split but unidentified. Any help would be great.

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    1 & 2 are beech... good stuff. 3rd might be cheery, apple or even maple... it's hard for me to tell from that picture.
     
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    The 3rd id Maple
     
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    Top 2 are beech and the 3rd is maple.
     
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    Sorry learnin to burn, forgot about the post. Day late dollar short.

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    No problem WB I loose track sometimes too.

    Any idea what type of maple guys. soft or hard, red ... It doesn't look like silver which is all I've seen.
     
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    hard maple
     
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    Thanks for the help on that.

    I picked up another load of beech this morning after work.
     

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    Grade A stuff my friend! It can be hit or miss as far as splitting it goes, but it sure burns nice! :coolsmile:
     
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