i got a few cords of douglas fir that the corp. of engineers cleared from a dam. it was all freshly downed or dead trees that washed out in a flood. its nice and dry for being in the water for a couple days. i cut it up with a saw and nothing was less than 30 inches in diameter. my question is after i split and stack it what should i expect from it. i dont plan on burning it this year but maybe next. what would it burn like and how much creasote would i have to deal with compared to say birch or spruce. would any one recomend it even if i had to pay for it. i got it for free though.