I took the quad out yesterday looking for some easy to get to wood. Around here, when they finish logging an area they will decommission the road (dig up the culverts and make big trenches) making it a little more difficult to get a truck in. Plus, they pile the wood about 50' off the road, so you have to either drag it, or carry it to the road. This little spot looked perfect. When I went here earlier in the spring, my truck started to sink in the wet, mushy road and I didn't get too far in. Then, I didn't want to struggle getting in and load my truck down with wood, which would make it sink more. Anyways, I figure I should be able to drive right in and back up to this pile. On this road alone, there are probably another 20 piles like this, just a bit harder to get into, but, with a little work, should be able to back the truck up to it. This is mostly all "beetle" kill jack pine. So, it is very dry, probably in the 18 - 22% range, and will be ready to burn this year, if I get it home soon. But then again, it is just sitting out there drying right now.