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Posted By claybe,
Dec 27, 2012 at 3:09 PM
Looks like pine to me, but I'm a n00b.
That was my guess too! My sister in law saw them cutting it down in her neighborhood and grabbed a bunch for me
I have to vote for pine also. Very good firewood after long seasoning. Great for just cool weather or starting a fire in colder weather.
Based on your location PINE.
Based on the bark and look of the inner wood and your location . . . softwood of some sort.
Looks like ponderosa pine to me. Let it season and you got some heat.We used to let it season for a summer (in Az.) and it was good to go.
Yep on the pine.