Have a scrounge lined up this week a few miles from the house. Most of the trees are flat on the ground and simple processing. Happens to be near my brother's work so I've got some Army gents that are willing to help out. There is one tree that is snapped about 7-8ft feet up on the trunk with the top on the ground. I have an idea on how to handle it, but figure I'd lean on the experience here to help. My gut says open face and back cut so that it falls sideways (assuming there is space). Thoughts? Here is the picture sent.