Did they think it was going to last forever, the way they tried to preserve it? Come on, it's a tree, they get big and die. Sorry, if I sound...
Wow, hard work, but nice!
I burned it once, not many BTU,s, and it stunk, maybe it was a little rotted. I don't know, but hardly worth messing with to me.
I changed it. I had it right the first time. :)
Kentucky Coffee Tree?
Gotta, yes, thanks for the clarification. No, definitely not the nicest stuff.
I just don't see the problem with getting free wood dumped by a tree service. Some of them that don't sell it need a place to dump it. I had them...
My guess would be hackberry. That is a big tree, good wood. Usually it is not easy to split.
Agreed on Hickory. Nice score!
And tractors don't complain either.
Very nice, that will definitely help with the labor and last you a long time.
I would take the best stuff first, because you'll never get it all.
I agree. I like Sugar Maple better than Red Oak too just because it doesn't take as long to dry and just as many btu's. And we got a lot of it in...
Yes, but the bark is not Sliver Maple. I'd say Sugar Maple.
It looks like Honey Locust.
I have had mine about 5 years. 1500 sq. ft. house, about 4 cord a year, very nice stove.
Black Cherry it is. Thank you all for your responses!
Well, it smells like cherry maybe just a little sweeter I suppose. Yes, the thorns are similar to honey locust, a little shorter though, just as...
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