Ok - you may recall the load of wood that I bought last week. Well, I've been working it a bit each day and I have most of the small wood bucked - which I'm rather proud of my progress really. Anyway, I'm now down to the big ones. Now I'm thinking a bit of advice may be in order. If you take a look at this picture (original one from when load was delivered) and note the three large logs on the left that make a triangle. Each of these are about 16' long and 2' diameter. Nice wood. However, the challenge for me is that the top one is resting basically on the ends such that if/when I go to cut anywhere in the middle it is going to squeeze and pinch the bar. Second concern is that even if I do an undercut to finish any cut, Once I get through the log it could shift on me and I'm not entirely sure which way it will go... not sure I want that big guy falling on me! I can only guess how much it weighs. So - any suggestions on approach? I don't know that I have a way to roll it off even really. I did get a slice off the end safely and might get one off the far end as well, but then I'm looking at the center cuts. Should I do partial cuts all the way down the length "just until it starts to shift" then go ahead and finish one and be prepared to jump if it shifts? other suggestions? I'm sure there are many good ways to do this and likely even more bad ways... I'd rather avoid the bad ones.