I have been working on several trees a friend had taken down in his backyard. I've trucked out 6 tightly packed Ford Ranger P/U loads out so far and have one "wicked big" Ash tree trunk left to cut into 18" lengths. Here's the rub: This trunk is 30 or 40 feet long and tapers from about 30" at the base to 24" at the "narrow" end. It is laying on a slight downhill and is more or less flush against the ground the whole length. Does anyone have suggestions on how to cut it up? I was going to cut most of the way through and then try to roll it, but this things weighs several tons and doesn't budge. It's in the Connecticut woods and the ground is infested with rocks. I'm using a Husky 455 saw and have a 20 ton hydaulic splitter at the work site. Thanks for your suggestions.