I found this pile at a tree removal yard.
This is a bad picture and I will have more tomorrow. These trunks are about 6 to 8 feet long and are about 8 to 12" in dia. There is another pile next to this one of the same wood that is about 4' in dia and maybe 8 to 10 feet long.
I took this pic with my cell phone so the quality is not to ggod.
The bark is white and the wood is bright orange. Its been this color for quite some time. Ive seen this pile for over a year I think
Any way, there is also a huge stump trunk that is maybe 6' to 8' in dia that would make a great table. Its red oak I think.
The owner told me I could have the entire wood pile for $150.00. The pile is way to large for me to do anything with so he agreed that I could cut it there on site and take as much as I could for the 150 dollars.
So my question is: What sort of wood is this and is it worth doing anything with?
Keep in mind that the other peices are off the ground atop other peices and not rotted out, but they are huge and cutting them down would take a lot of work.
Any thoughts appreciated , of course.Attachment 4711