My new wood supply is from a Christmas tree farm across the road from me. When harvesting, they leave behind stumps up to 8 or 9" and up to 4' long. The place is littered with them but they do burn them up in burn piles over time. (I figure I'm doing them a favor and they don't mind neighbors walking through). Some rounds are less than 18" long so I don't need to cut them at all, but most I do need to cut. I've been just cutting them from piles, but it seems less than safe that way. The rounds are light and small enough that they tend to roll toward me unless I put a foot on it, which also feels unsafe. So, I need a sawbuck that is suitable for small stuff like this. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I thought there may be some good, stable designs out there. Preferably with 2x4's that I have on hand.