Whether you live in the city or country . . . or whether you're living in a northern state with rugged winters and a history of wood burning or in a place where winters are mild and not as many folks heat with wood . . . it doesn't matter. Most folks who only throw some logs on their fireplace for the holidays or buy the $5 camp fire wood while camping will not understand why having seasoned wood is so important . . . heck, sometimes long-time wood burners just don't get it. Fact is . . . with few exceptions heating with wood seems to be among the cheapest ways to keep your home warm in the winter . . . add in not having to worry about heating the place in the winter with an extended power outage with the enjoyment one gets from curling up in the arm chair and watching the fire on those long, winter evenings and well . . . as I said . . . those folks just won't get it . . . unless they experience it . . . and even then I'm not sure if they would understand. Rest assured . . . here you are in good company.