I was given a shed last spring that I plan on using for a wood shed, it is 12' long 10' wide and the walls are 7' 4" high. I have about 6 cords of wood cut and split that have been drying for various lengths of time, some has been drying since last summer, some as recent as June of this year. I would like to have it stacked in the shed so that I can get to the most seasoned stuff first and leaving the least seasoned for last. I may be over-thinking this a bit but I know the folks on this forum tend to give a lot of thought these matters. Is there a "best" way of doing this? Should I avoid stacking to high to prevent toppling or maybe have some method of restraining the stacks so this won't happen. Just thought I would ask in case some methods had been found to be better than others.