Ok - so I've had this stove installed for 2 weeks now and of course I notice every single wood pile, downed branch, dead tree, etc as I drive around. I don't know if that happens to everyone, but in any case I think I'm stuck with it. At any rate, on my rather short commute to work, there is a house that has this nice oak tree laying in the front yard. It has been cut down and most of the branches removed (all leaves etc) but the trunk and some larger ones are still there. I has not been touched in two weeks as far as I can see (and I have been eyeing it at least once a day you know what I mean?). Each day I drive by I end up thinking.. Hmmm.. that tree belongs in my yard, not theirs. Mind you I don't have a chainsaw to cut it up, or a truck to haul it, or even a maul/axe to split it. But if I had that tree it would certainly justify buying at least the smaller of those tools, right? I'm sure I could borrow a truck, maybe rent a chainsaw until I figure out from you folks which one to buy etc... So my question is this - any advice on how to approach the home owner when I go ringing their doorbell asking for that tree? I figure I may be doing them a favor getting it off their yard, but have no idea how they view it... Any advice welcome.