Around here there is only one vendor that sells clean, split, kiln dried fire wood, it's $350 a cord, delivered and $35 more if you want it stacked. The guys that I usually hire for big tree work, stump removal, etc, called me today because they have a customer moving, and he asked them to remove his cord+ pile of kiln dried wood off the property, he bought it from the local vendor over the summer, stacked and tarped since. Evidently, the soon to be new owner's wife doesn't want that dirty, smelly wood stove in the house so that was sold already, the wood is mine for the taking, just need to cover their expenses to dump and stack it at my house, $100, it will be here Monday. Anyone ever use this bark free, split kiln dried wood in their stoves? My concern is my 1.7 cu ft firebox will easily over fire, like with pallet wood if it really is that dry. Thoughts?