Took down a mountain ash (Rowan) that has been slowly dying over the past few years. One half of it fell over this fall so it was time to finish the job. Not a whole lot of wood in the tree, maybe 2/3 of a face cord. Lots of small stuff, but it'll be good for starting fires and quick shoulder burns in a couple years. I'm going to give what was the base of the tree a few whacks with the maul and see what I can get from it. The rest will most likely end up in the bonfire pile. It's a tangled, nasty mess.