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What wood is this it was yellow when first cut. Can't get other pics to load.
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can you show us the bark???...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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My guess Black Locust.
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Don't know but would like to see it milled..... looks like it will very nice.

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Welcome to the forum Bishgeo.

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What wood is this it was yellow when first cut. Can't get other pics to load.
Yellow when first cut - Osage Orange - Hedge Apple, Bowdock.
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Persimmon is yellow when first cut, but turns a lighter brown than your picture shows.
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I think its black walnut but as u said it was yellow when you cut it, so may be its hedge apple.
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pussy willow...?


EDIT...deleted "chestnut"

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A clean fresh cut, an object for scale, and a good picture of the bark (and leaves if that's still possible) would help immensely, Bishgeo.
Maybe cut a 3" round off one of the logs and scrape the surface smooth to give a better pic of the end grain?
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