So earlier this year I did a local arborist a favor and took a massive willow tree off his hands. It was a Sunday, the dump was closed, and he had to get rid of the tree. On the phone he told me it was "big," but he dumped it and took off before I discovered rounds as big as 6 foot in diameter. I already have 20+ cords of oak, hickory, and ash, so I was less than thrilled to spend the better part of a weekend cutting and splitting 5+ cords of stinky willow. It's amazing how a wood what weighs almost nothing when seasoned is back-breaking heavy when green. In any event, I called the guy and complained that his "big" willow tree was as wide as I am tall. He said he would bring me some good logs next time he cut some in the area. That was six months ago and I had almost lost hope.. . Today he finally made it right with four 16' dump trailer loads (heaping loads) of maple. There are two types of maple from two different trees. Maple #1: Not sure about this one. Sugar maple? Mature silver maple? Red maple? No leaves or branches with buds available to help ID this tree. Maple #2: I think this one is Norway maple. Anyone agree? Disagree?