http://maine.craigslist.org/grd/3793054217.html Firewood Cart designed specifically to haul firewood out of the woods. Big 26" wheel rolls easily over rocks, roots, and uneven ground and the fat 4" wide tire rides over soft or wet forest floor without sinking in. Designed with low center of gravity and widely spaced handles for good balance. Divided load locates 30% of the wood forward of the wheel to reduce weight on the handles. Full 8" ground clearance allows wheel to snake around close to obstacles instead of having to go over them. A path through the woods can often be found for the cart and used without any trail improvement at all. The single wheel design gives a smooth ride without all the sideways jerking you get with two wheel carts. The narrow path also allows a single 2X10 or 2X12 to become a perfect temporary bridge over brooks and small streams thereby opening up forest areas otherwise not worth cutting. Accessories included: 1)Chain saw mount 2)Gas can caddy 3)Tool caddy 3) Push Strap 4)Brush Rack and 5)Tarp Support frame (allows year round outdoor storage with any standard 8X10 tarp). Designed and built to last a lifetime. The cart features a rugged alloy wheel "recycled" from the front of a "retired" motorcycle. All furniture grade solid Ash with stainless steel hardware. Notched joinery and through-bolted for strength and long life.I am a cabinetmaker and the "Woods Cart" is a pre-production prototype that I had planned to build and market to homeowners who cut firewood on their own property. The cart has only been used a few hours for testing purposes. . The idea for the cart came from my need for an easier way to get my own firewood out of the woods. I was tired of carrying or dragging logs and wheelbarrows have small wheels that get hung up on almost anything. Garden carts are not rugged enough , and motorized equipment with all the expense, noise, maintenance, and hassle was something I wanted to avoid if possible. The cart does work well but I have reluctantly decided to abandon the project because of the high cost of both the materials and the labor to build it to a high quality level ($1,000+ including the accessories) which I feel would price it out of the market. At $600 it is a great tool at a good price. Feel free to call or email Dick for more info. and photos.