I started scrounging at the end of last winter in the hopes of being prepared for this burning season. Sadly I was not successful only about a cord was seasoned enough to burn (20-25%). I just burnt through some of that with some mixed results. I still have a few cords of partially seasoned wood split and stacked for next year. So I have been on what seemed to be an impossible mission to find seasoned wood on craigslist. I would contact the poster and go check out the "seasoned" wood with my moisture meter and of course it most was above 25%, until yesterday. I found a post on CL for $95 a cord of seasoned mixed hardwood. Of course I was extremely skeptical about it because of the ridiculous price. I went and checked out. The wood was stacked and covered but had about 25% moisture. I indicated to the seller I would pass. He then directed me to his personal stash under an overhang that had been seasoned for 2 years. I split a few very large pieces, 10-18% on all of them. He sold me 2 cords at $90 a piece from his personal stash. Unbelievable, I can finally burn truly seasoned wood for an outstanding price. Hopefully I can make it through the rest of the season with the wood I just bought and occasionally mixing in some partially seasoned wood. I have about 4 cords split and stacked for next year and always looking for more. The moisture meter has been a game changer for me. I bought one for my father-in-law for Christmas since he borrows mine quite often. Thanks for all of the great information on this forum. It has definitely fueled my wood burning addiction.