Finally got this trailer loaded the rest of the way with dead Red Elm that was lying around (and a couple still standing) at a neighbor's, just down the road. Between the crappy weather and having to keep an eye on the new pup, I had a hard time getting back down there to finish this load. There are a couple more Elm, a couple of smaller Ash, some bonus Mulberry....and I just saw a down Hickory. Don't see many of those fall over. Looks like it might be in good shape, suspended off the ground. Haven't metered the Elm yet, but the tops are pretty dry and the rest shouldn't need too much more drying before it'll burn well. In the yard, very close to where the trailer is, there is a Red Maple down, most of which looks OK and a Cherry that just fell over, all solid wood there. The trailer is on an incline; I wanted it way out of their way. I hope I can drive it out of there without an assist from the quad or worse, a partial unload.