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Some type of birch. Probably Yellow Birch.

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Edited by HARO50

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(monty python) "the mighty larch"  don't you wish you were a lumberjack too?  shopping on wednesdays!  buttered scones and tea!!

 

(i'm just guessing, mostly wanted to get a lumberjack joke in).

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It looks like a Beech tree. My former neighbor gave a large one for firewood. As I remember it was full of . sap, even tho it had been down for 2 years.  I did burn some, but the tar in my chimney caught fire:D

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27 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

The elephant tree Copper Beech.

Bark is much too smooth, and I don't believe the leaves turn yellow in the Fall.

John

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2 hours ago, DAB said:

well, i still want to be a lumberjack, just not a monty python version......

Well, I am a logger from Coos Bay, Oregon, been topping trees, quite possibly the toughest man alive... 

 

 

( I am actually from Coquille, about 18 miles from Coos Bay.

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