I bought two cords of good looking hardwood (oak and maple, mainly) from a guy who said he seasoned it for six months. Seemed somewhat short a time to me, but he insisted it was enough time. It burns pretty well, though some is clearly more seasoned than others. I bought a General moisture meter, split a few logs and measured. The average moisture content was between about 15 and 18 percent. I know that many say that anything below 20 percent is seasoned, but I've got my doubts. I'd be grateful for opinions about this and about my wood.