Here's the first and second version of my wood racks. They hold a half cord each and are made to be picked up with backhoe bucket forks. I'll move them away from the house in the summer and in the winter I'll drop one at a time on a wheeled base that can be rolled to the front steps. On the first one I made, the pallet sits directly on the ground. I revised the second one to include feet to ease wood loading and fork access. Models 3 through 6 will have 4x4 skids as 'feet' for better durability and I'll also spread the uprights out a little more and make them 5 feet tall. I have a plastic roof for two racks that will be secured to the center uprights with a rope loop and it will be free to ride down with the wood as I burn it. It cost more than I had planned as I was initially planning to use free scrap wood for the top half but as the wife said we'll have them for years. For you guys with tractors, I recently saw a guy who took an old hand powered pallet jack and welded on connectors to attach it to a 3 point hitch. The old broken pallet jacks are cheap if you can find them. I've also seen similar wood racks made out of 3 moving pallets. BTW, those logs in the one picture are the ones that laughed at my little electric splitter.