I've been searching youtube, but cannot seem to find the answer to what I thought was a simple question. I am new to chainsaws, hence the question. I recently scored a lot of rounds of various widths. The problem is, most of them are cut about 24", and my stove needs them closer to 20", so I need to recut all off them. There are also lots of smaller limbs still about 6' long. I understand that the chain should not come into contact with the ground, so I am wondering how exactly you cut longer limbs down to size that are already sitting in a big pile? Do I fashion a saw horse and lob off every 20" until I run out of limb? With the bigger stuff, do I cut part of the way through and then roll it over for the other half? Anyone got a link to a good video? I just watched the Stihl one and it didn't cover already cut rounds. I will be working alone. No way around that so please no 'have a friend...' answers.