There is an ad on local Craigs list for a logging truck that will deliver logs to your place. http://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/for/3112048688.html The idea is appealing because I don't mind cutting and splitting, but I have no means to transport anything, so I can't go out and cut. I do have the space to do it. If I call this guy, what questions should I ask about the logs such as size, species, etc? I imagine they are used to selling by the MBF, but I have no idea how to judge logs and the big question I would have is how many stacked cords can I expect to get out of his logs? What would be a fair price? What is the largest size log I should try to deal with? I only have a 18" chain saw and hand maul for splitting. Or should I even entertain this? It's really hard to get anyone to deliver cord wood out here. I've heard that a rule of thumb for conversion is about 2 to 2.2 real cords per MBF of logs. Does that seem about right? I know it's a loaded question.