I went out to walk the dog tonight. I've been walking past this downed oak in the park for a year now trying to think of a way to get it into my wood burner. Its over 3' across and 20' or better long. It rotted at the base and fell over. City crews limbed it and chipped up the branches. Everyone is afraid of getting sued so asking permission is not an option. There are several other big chunks around it. Last time I tried I was unable to roll any of them. Tonight, I gave one a heave, and it moved! I've got nothing better to do, I thought, and decided to roll it home. Well, I got it about 50' to the sidewalk and gave up. I went back with a hand truck and some rope. I got it onto the dolly, tied it and very easily pushed it to my truck which was a good quarter mile away. When I got to the truck, I hadn't planned on how I was going going to get it up in there. I could roll it, but it's too heavy to lift. I looked around to ask a hand, no one was around. It's a mile back to the house, I could push it? I laid the dolly over the tow hitch, Tied the big round tighter to the dolly, tied the dolly to the tow hitch and hauled it home,slowly,using the dolly like a mini trailer. It worked. I have a 40 inch hand powered timber saw that needs to be sharpened. Once it is I plan on getting my workouts by cutting the trunk into 16" pieces and hauling them home the same way. Or, maybe just post a labor gig on Craigslist calling for a harnessed mule to drag it a mile to where I can work on it.