I ran across this white oak not far from my sawmill that was listed on Craigslist for free firewood. I could tell even from a blurry, out-of-focus photo that it was giant and needed to see just how big.
It is 52″ in diameter about 8′ from the base and one of the two biggest white oaks I have run into (the other was actually a burr oak, but it is in the white oak family. Click here to check it out.).
Unfortunately, it was hollow all the way up, but I still had to get a photo.
Good luck to the kids that want to firewood that one!
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