Instead Gustav took some pictures of the planks.
The width of the upper planks are around 25", the thickness is 2.25"
Until now I have processed two logs. I still have three more to go, but I think I'll save those for my next home period.
After a bit more research yesterday, I found a place where it was stated that whitebeam was not very prone to cupping and twisting etc. during the drying of the planks. I hope it is true, because that would make a nice change compared to elm.
Trailer loaded with whitebeam planks.
The 2 planks on the left side of the stack is from the upper log too.