Hi everyone, this is my first post. I just got my used Lopi Answer installed, thanks in part to the help of my brother-- a roofing contractor and fellow burner. The old lady and I had been planning to install a wood stove next summer when we could afford the installation, but we got a really good deal on the stove and jumped the gun a bit. Anyway, the problem is that we didn't get a chance to stockpile and now have to come up with some quick firewood. My brother and I are going out this weekend and I hope to score some fallen, drought-dried logs. Any tips on identifying the better dried logs? Also, I don't have a truck of my own yet, would it be in my best interest to cut the logs into, say, 4 foot lengths and save the extra cuts for when they are already on my property-- or does will the time I'm saving be eaten up with the increased difficulty of loading these longer lengths? Any input is appreciated!