My neighborhood was surprisingly hit by its second twister in 2 years. The first was about 3 blocks from us, which I easily cleaned up as much oak, mulberry and some silver maple. The recent one hit about 3 weeks ago, flying right over the top of our house. Luckily our house wasn't badly damaged but our trees and others were badly mangled all the way up our street. One of our two Siberian Elms anchoring our driveway dropped a huge limb onto two of our cars, ending both their lives(one will live on as engine donor car). That rest of that tree was just dropped today. There was a Shingle Oak that fell across the street in common land that I've grabbed a truck load so far. The debris pickup crew came and took a lot of that good wood that I was going to go back for. They did however leave about 20+ foot of 30" trunk laying down on a creek slope. I will be going back for that when I get time. I've also got a mulberry and cherry that dropped right behind my wood stacks in my neighbor's yard. I've got my tree guy coming to take down another dead Siberian and clean the deadwood out of my maple and oak next week. I actually called him earlier the day of the tornado to drop me some wood, needless to say he doesn't need to worry about that anymore. I also picked up a truck load of Pignut Hickory that I am looking for to using two years from now. I think I am going to be on 7+ cords when all is said and done. I am losing my yard to all this wood! I'll get some pics up once I get them uploaded.