Hey everyone! Just returned to NH after 2.5 months of catching bats in West By God Virginia! Trip went well - caught a lot of bats in northwest WV (Marshall, Wetzel, Marion, Harrison, etc. counties). When I arrived home, found a good load of red oak logs in the paddock, as well as a good number of beech and red maple logs still laying on my roadside following a utility crew cut. Looks like I'll be working up that wood during the next week or so. Should be close to a cord. Also, found out my neighbor across the street is moving, and she had already given me permission to take all of the downed trees from her property - there are about 10 trees total, mainly white birch and red/sugar maple, but also a few ash and red oak. Probably about 3 cord. My other neighbor has a tractor, and told be that if I limb and cut into 8' logs, he'll drag out to a staging area where I can buck. I need to get on that soon before the house sells (although in this climate, I probably have a couple years before it sells. Lastly, I still have about 3 cord to drop from my workplace before the end of the fall. So........about 7 cord or so to process - hopefully before the snow piles up. My other 20 cord c/s/s on the property are looking great - this year's 5 cord have been sitting now for nearly 3 years - can't wait to see how 3 year wood burns in the Mansfield. This years is a good mix of red oak, white ash, red maple, cherry, black and yellow birch, and beech. Should be fun! Hope you all had a great summer and put up a lot of wood! Cheers!