Everyone's always postin' up their free scores! I helped out a friend on their lot today that suffered a lot of damage from a tornado in the area in August. This was actually my first time doing this sort of thing and I am hooked. Man, I am spent and it was back breaking labor, but I have a newfound respect for you guys. I can now truly understand and appreciate the love and respect that goes into a pile of stacked firewood. I've no idea how much I came away with, but I know I filled up a 12' Penske moving truck long after I ran out of Advil. I got some good sized rounds and a pretty decent mixture of oak, maple, hickory, cedar, apple, some pine and a few other unknowns as I am still working on my wood classification / identification. This was by far the most satisfying feeling ever. I'll be choppin', splittin' and stackin' for the next few weekends, but am looking forward to accumulating a nice wood pile like most of you have. What do you guys think? How'd I do?