I only had the three t-post rows of Hackberry at the start of spring. Was sorely vexed by a woodseller with a wet, short delivery in Feb - never again. Saw you guys were using CL for free scores. I struck out for the first few, but began to win some. Then I made a freak connection for a long-term score near my house. Pics follow because it did happen. Existing hackberry and some neighbor's cherry and walnut from March or April. Then I got silver maple and maybe some elm in May thinking if I split small enough I'll be OK this winter (there's ash mixed in at the top). Then the freak connection where I got Osage and Hickory and some Beech. And another CL score of Ash. It's mixed in all three locations. Then more freak hickory. I really don't have a plan to not block the already split wood if I split any more wood. Next year, I'll get skids to go under the wood with the t-posts, and I'll make the four "toolless" racks into one continuous rack and add another length. And I think a 150' conveyor belt should make getting that stuff up the hill much easier! I might have close to eight cords? Incredible. Thanks for the help and inspiration.