Not a hickory, for sure. Could very well be a species of ash. Looks like the leaves/twigs are opposite. Could also be some exotic ornamental tree. If it's a native tree, I'd say it's a species of ash, but it's hard to say for sure from those photos. If it was an eastern tree, I could tell you, but there's a lot of trees out there that I'm not familiar with.
...Half a yard full of crap to cook on like everybody else...
Slow-to-average-speed [COLOR=dimgray]GRAY[/COLOR] Wal-Mart thermometer
Just a hungry hillbilly lookin for a dead critter to cook
Four [URL="http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/group.php?groupid=39"]Zeros[/URL] in one [URL="http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=86"][COLOR=red]throwdown[/COLOR][/URL][COLOR=red],[/COLOR] baby! :bow: