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  1. bryanr2

    bryanr2 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    C8966CBA-4CEC-4614-9781-C1466B925621.jpeg 302BB2FF-5FDD-46BC-9C57-8A7BE4C3E4EE.jpeg Like my previous threads, I will update the title with the species of tree once we got that determined. My neighbor a few doors down had this set out at the street, and although I have more wood and I can burn in the next two years, I went ahead and grabbed it.

    I’m leaning towards oak.
     
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    huskihl Sausage Fingers Forever

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    I believe that's a water oak. Or maybe post oak
     
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    Looks like a type of red oak from the leaves. Post oak are rounded although the shape is similar. The bark doesn’t look familiar for a red oak though. There are many types of red oak however.
     
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    white oak
     
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    bryanr2 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Excellent. To the smoker it goes.
     
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    The bark looks like white oak but the leaves do not they are pointed not rounded. Leaves look like a southern red oak or turkey oak. Are we sure those leaves went with that tree. You will know when you split it. White oak is tan red oak is well red. Lol
     
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    mdavlee Hillbilly grinder

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    Red oak is my guess.
     
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