Wood ID please

Hksvr4

New Member
Dec 3, 2019
34
NY
New York State.
DA90EA61-D8F3-4F50-AB79-6B05777FF1EA.jpeg
 
Last edited:

begreen

Mooderator
Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
80,616
South Puget Sound, WA
Yes, I was going guess maple as well.
 

Hksvr4

New Member
Dec 3, 2019
34
NY
Thanks, Father in law ordered these for me. The Oak I have will be good in at least a year. We just cut them down last month.
 

Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
11,466
Southern IN
Well...Black Cherry, and maybe White Ash bark on one split. Maybe a couple Maple, not sure if Hard (Sugar) or soft?
 

Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
11,466
Southern IN
Red maple or some kind of soft maple.
Good stuff to get if you aren't ahead on dry wood; It will dry over the summer. Yeah, it doesn't burn as long, but dry wood is the prime objective.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Grizzerbear

Hksvr4

New Member
Dec 3, 2019
34
NY
Good stuff to get if you aren't ahead on dry wood; It will dry over the summer. Yeah, it doesn't burn as long, but dry wood is the prime objective.
The supplier he got them from said it was seasoned. I haven't used it yet. He bringing it down this Sunday.
 

Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
11,466
Southern IN
The supplier he got them from said it was seasoned.
Hmmm, that looks pretty fresh to me. It shouldn't matter if you split and stack it right away..looks like quick-drying stuff.
 

Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
11,466
Southern IN
20”-22” long
Hmmm, doesn't look like Maple end grain..more like Ash. I've only seen White, but that could be Black or Green Ash I imagine.
 
  • Like
Reactions: tadmaz