Okay, so I have mentioned before that I am growing more and more concerned that we wont have enough wood for the winter, partly because the stuff we are using isn't 100% seasoned. I just talked to a guy that was advertising on craigslist about buying from him. I am going to stop by his place tomorrow to check out his operation. Any signs I should be looking for to tell if this guy is a fly by night or a tride and true wood firewood seller? He quoted me $200 for a cord of oak with some birch that the oak still needs "a few weeks" of seasoning, or $100 for a load of birch and popple that is "bone dry". Short of using a moisture meter, what should I be looking for to tell if it really is seasoned?