Would people familiar with South Shore MA mind PMing or posting here good sources for seasoned wood? Assuming I get my various chimney/fireplace issues cleared up, I'm looking for a good, reasonably priced source of dry split wood for the fireplace. We might be able to split it ourselves for next year, so those sources would be great to know about, too. EG., The Green Connection wants $225/cord for "seasoned" wood but we used theirs last year and found it not seasoned enough, really. The pieces left over from last year are good for this year, though, IMO. Should I be looking for kiln-dried exclusively if I want to burn it this season? If so, anyone know a source that doesn't charge anarmandaleg? I'll keep poking around the threads but hoped it wouldn't bother you if I asked directly.