That's a very solid platform, started life in the Rincon as a 650, had some trans issues that were addressed and they are pretty bombproof now .Yep, I hope it is as reliable as the other Honda’s I’ve had. Gonna put that baby to use, been bringing home wood with a 2wheel trx300, you talk about inefficiency.
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Looks like Mulberry to me.
I have about 60 cord in my stash. The corded bark, plus color, plus weight, plus easy splitting are all typical. Added. It also will dry in one season if stacked where the breeze can work on it.Good enough, I knew it looked familiar! Thanks to all... Splits pretty easy,, should be more of it there... May need your noodling saw tho!!!!
That was my thought too. Bark doesn't look quite right and white sapwood layer under the bark? The one and only locust I cut was yellow all through to the bark and the bark was more ridgey. But hey, I'm Australian so my opinion may not be worth much. Might as well ask you blokes about eucalypts .Looks like Mulberry to me.
Locust around here is not that color. I cut up a tree that looked identical to yours this last fall. It was the same color, but dries more of an orange/dark brown.
It was heavy too.
Beer!??? Please give me the recipe! I have empty carboys!Those seed pods make great beer.