Most of you guys stack on pallets it seems. There are some fine looking woodpiles pictured here. The last several years I have been stupidly stacking wood directly on the ground. I know I'm losing at least 1/2 of every piece that's on the ground. I'm starting to get a little smarter, now. My pile is on a slight hill. (unavoidable). Don't think pallets would work, although I've never tried, yet. I do have a great amount of scrap wood at my disposal. Just found a 10' 2x12 that I've just stacked about 5 feet high. Seems to work well. Seems high enough to keep the bottom wood dry even after 4 days of rain. My stacked rows are 15-18 feet long 5 feet tall 1.5 wide; a cord more or less. Is that too long for ideal seasoning? I get plenty of breeze but little sun. (My 50 acres of woods come right up to the house) Anybody use similar methods? Thanks, PS: Too embarassed to post pics of my pile.