I hate working during the summer. So I hired a guy to help me and paid him $6/hr to stack and handle some wood today. I've been splitting the stuff the city dropped off and had accumulated quite a pile but was only about half way done. Turns out I had much more than I thought. We started another row of pallets the same length as the original run (8-4X4ft pallets, not standard GMA ones) and ended up having to stack a little over 5' because we didn't have any more pallets. So after 6 hours of work we worked around 4 cords per my measurements but that was just the easy to split stuff. I've still got another 2 or 3 cords in logs and big rounds. I'm thinking I have enough wood for the next 3 years or more now. I'm going to only work wood during the winter from now on though because I really hate ants and other creepie crawlers. I've got to come up with a better way of stacking though. On a bright note, everything is drying out nicely on the stuff I processed last winter and will be ready by burning time. Anyway, I'm Doc and I'm a scrounging addict. I promise not to take any more wood until I get the rest of this processed. (fingers crossed).