Discussion in 'The Wood Pile' started by oldspark, Nov 22, 2020.
Wow I have no idea how that happened.
You must really like those hollow logs Seriously though, they’d make some nice Swedish candles. I had a couple Red Maple logs like that. Stuff it full of little scraps and put it in the fire pit. Mine lasted a solid couple of hours.
I had a saw guy with a boom take it down as I dont do hollow trees.
Only gonna “like” it once, any more than that wood seem repetitious!
Stand 'em upright for flower planters? or a table?
That’s cool, did you make it?
Leave em long and burn em like swedish candles. Fill center with smaller splits...........or bust it all up for firewood
That is cool.
I have a couple hollow BL logs my wife is going to plant flowers in. Curious as to how long they will last.
Ive seen plenty of hollow trees in my day but never one that big/hollow.
Makes the splitting easier.
My folks had this Silver Maple cut down when I was just a youngster. The trunk was about 24’ long, it was pushing 48” dia. @ the base. My dad kept it for my sister & I to play in. The three forks on the top side were hollow also, big enough I could crawl thru them.
Thats very cool.
X2. Thanks for sharing that JimBear