Here are a couple of pics showing the bark and end grain a little better, if anyone can confirm the ID.It's an oak, my logs got mixed around a little at one point so I'm unsure which tree it came from for certain, but I'm thinking it was from a Laurel Oak.
My tree ID from just bark and woodgrain isn't the best.
I usually space my permanent dry racks on 2 ft centers, but this was meant to be temporary as it was very close to where we were milling. The lumber came straight off the mill, all saw dust was swept off, and it was stickered and stacked on 4 foot centers.. Redwood molds/mildews very easily so if I have the help I like get the wood cleaned up and stickered right away so that any mold/mildew cannot set in.....This lumber came from some very straight growing second growth that was growing on flat ground and it came out laser beam straight so I dont expected it to move much, if at all. The 2x6 is for decking and the 2x material is for board & batten siding, so if the HO's do decide to leave it there they could put some ratchet straps on it, slap a temporary roof up, and it will be fine...It looks like the stickers are spaced pretty far apart, is that just temporary or do you dry them that way?