Hi All, I want to fell, limb, buck, split & stack 7 trees growing on the edge of my backyard. They are all easy to fell into my yard for easy working and access. I could do one-by-one, or fell all, de-limb all, buck all or something in between eg 2 or 3 at a time. I was wondering if I should get clever in the felling so they criss-cross, or fell one or 2 to lie diagonally across the path of the other 5, then fell those 5 so they rest on the first 1 or 2 so they stay off the grass for easier bucking (nicer height for cutting and the saw doesn't touch the ground). I am leaning towards the latter myself, probably with the idea of de-limbing as I fell each tree, then doing all the bucking at once. It would be OK to leave them downed for a few weeks as I mainly work on weekends around the house, and we don't use our yard much in winter (I'm Down Under if the tree species didn't give it away). Here's a pic of the trees and yard (the trees are the tall straight ones in middle of the photo, bluegums with a couple of turpentines): How would you go about doing it? Any recommendations or general principles / tips? Thanks in advance!