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Dense, appears to have been slow growing (65ish rings in a 12” round). Quite thick bark and very red when split. Cedar maybe?

 

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That’s it split alongside some sycamore. Splits nicely - very straight grain with few knots.

 

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Dense, appears to have been slow growing (65ish rings in a 12” round). Quite thick bark and very red when split. Cedar maybe?
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Hmmm, that was my first thought too when I saw it in the yard but the bark seemed too soft and more like a coniferous tree? 

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2 hours ago, lukey_loki said:

My money's on oak. Give it a sniff! Hard to mistake the smell of oak.

No obvious smell of oak. I’ll split a bit more later and have another good sniff!

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