Hi folks, Now that I have a stove and I need wood, I'm noticing downed wood all around me. There is an 8 acre tract of land directly behind my office bordered on 2 sides by power lines, with a lot of trees the power company has cut and left to rot. The tract itself is owned by a local coal company. I contacted them last week and requested permission to remove downed wood, and they sent me a form with permission to remove only downed wood, only on that 8 acres, and no motorized vehicles are permitted. I can haul out the wood directly behind my office with a lawn cart I picked up last week specifically for that purpose. However, there is a lot of good wood at the back of the coal company property along and at the bottom of a large steep hill, several hundred yards downhill from my office. See the attached photos. Question: how can I get this wood up the hill without using motorized vehicles. I'll kill myself trying to haul it up in the yard cart (I've already had triple bypass, I simply can't do that kind of work any more.) My 15 year old son is willing to help, but even between the two of us this is more than we can accomplish. Is there any way to winch it up using portable winches? Any other ideas?