I just had a bit of a heart stopper. This is the first year that we've used the new wood shed. The front rows are 8' wide x 8' tall. We've gone through our first row of wood and I was out getting a fresh cart load. As I was bending down loading the very bottom row, I heard a creaking sound, a bit like a falling tree. Fortunately, I didn't keep working, but literally jumped backward about 3 feet which was enough to just miss getting clobbered by the entire next row keeling over right on top of the cart and where I was just standing. It would have cold conked me for sure and in these temps it wouldn't take long before I was a popsicle! Bummer, but no harm done and the cart was filled up instantly. Our property slopes slightly so it looks like I will have to load the rows leaning slightly backward from now on. And when I remove wood I will need to remove the top 4 feet, then start removing from the top of the next row. Be safe out there with those new wood sheds and big, tall wood stacks.