It seems that wood is getting easier to score where I am these days. I scored a whole truck load of almost seasoned maple from a guy who posted a flier at the post office. He said it was oak but I did not complain. It was cut split about 18 months ago and the contractor wanted too much money to remove the wood. The guy even helped me load it. I did need to haul it about 100 ft out of the woods I used a handtruck and it worked great. The two pics of with the truck is this score. Next score I am going out with the wife Sat night and noticed the Public Works guys just cut up a large oak and have the wood cut into fireplace lengths and just scattered on the side of the road. My wife looks at me and says do not even think about stopping you can come back tomorrow. I think that stuff will be gone quick so I call my buddy who is low on wood and never hear back from him. Sunday morning I get up early and go over to see if it is still there and there is still a good load there so I loaded it up. I think it is red oak, it seems like they cut two trunks down one dead one one live. What a hell of a time I had loading them by myself. I actually flipped the large logs on top of smaller ones then flipped them onto the tail gate without having to lift them. This is the pic on the ground with stacked wood in the background. A few weeks ago I see a older guy trying to move some logs to the street and stopped to see if he needed help. He is moving the logs to the street hoping someone will take them. The tree was cut last Oct and they froze to the ground before he could move them. So I helped the guy out and backed my truck right in and loaded them. The guy and I were pretty happy. Another red oak score. This pic is the logs on the ground with nothing behind them. I have two years C/S/S and am not really looking but I cannot pass up a good score. Oh and on my way home Sunday my buddy is pulling out of his driveway when I am passing and I stopped and he says nice load of Oak and I said this is the wood I called you about yesterday and the look on his face was like I screwed up.