As many of you know, I have access to 160 acres. Most of which is 10-20yr old poplar. We've slowly been cutting ATV trails through the land. Until I found this board, I didn't think I'd have much ability to get decent wood out of there for decades until after the oaks matured. Well, today I took the ATV through the foot+ of snow (that was a bit challenging) to see what was out there. I found many dead standing red oaks, and many more that have been snapped in half. Those ones are smaller than the standing dead ones though. I also saw a lot of big branches that broke and were on the ground, as well as oaks that probably fell years ago. I am guessing there is still good wood left in them considering our dry sandy soil. In my one short little ride today, I probably saw enough available red oak to get me through a couple years. I probably missed a ton too as I was doing my best to not get stuck. There are lots and lots of woods left to search, so I'm optimistic I'll have plenty of red oak to burn. I would have taken pictures, but I was happier to keep the ATV moving than stationary Sadly I won't be able to explore it much more until we get some warm temps as we are supposed to get another foot+ of snow tomorrow.