I got the Cedar (on the trailer) and the Bois d' Arc (with ends painted gray) from a couple of coworkers. I'll have the Cedar sawn up into 4/4 planks for,,,ssshhhhh flat work...and the Bois d' Arc will become turning stock.
Judging by past hauls, I'll get about 400 bf of Cedar. The logs are ugly but the milled stock will be a beautiful deep red and cream. I've got orders for three Cedar blanket chests so it will be used as soon as it's dry. Since the logs are over a year old, I'm thinking about 6 months air drying and it will be ready. Cedar is pretty dry when cut down compared to other woods.
I've also got some black leather lacing that I'm gonna try out on a Bois d' Arc bowl. i think it will look great against the bright yellow wood and even against the later orangy color it turns.
Life is good and friends with trees make it better!