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Posted By billfred,
Aug 7, 2018 at 3:45 PM
Road crew dropped this off for me. Southern Indiana.
In my limited experience I say it will be fire wood soon
Looks like oak but not sure .where you live has a lot of types of trees that I have never seem!
Like the little lady you have as a model
Yeah worked out great. They were a half mile down the road. I stopped and asked if they wouldn’t mind dropping it off. And it’s all good stuff. I would love if it’s white oak.
Grain doesn't look like oak to me. I'm gonna say hard maple (better than oak, IMO). Does it smell sweet?
looks like Norway maple to me. about 1/2 way between Sugar and Silver maples
It does kind of smell sweet.
I'll go with maple - sugar maple
maple is opposite branching habit, and sugar has platy bark, Norway has uniform, shallow furrowed bark.
Look for a few leaves attached to the limb wood.
I was thinking mulberry by the coloring of the wood.
Doesn’t hickory have that darker center wood and lighter outer wood? Looks like hickory to me.
Looks like soft Maple to me, but could be wrong.
Ask that little cutie pie looking at it, I'll be she knows!
I already have 30 rick split and stacked plus a bunch more rounds. Not that I needed more but I couldn’t resist. So easy.
Looks like soft maple
I'm lichen maple for this one.
Seriously, it's a maple. Leaning toward sugar as bark is starting to exhibit larger vertical plating plating.
I’m in western Ohio, looks a lot like our sugar maples.
My eyes say red maple. I'm not real good from photos.