Dave, you are right and if we did not have the time then we would stack in single rows. I've stacked in single, double, triple and more. I think the most rows I ever stacked together was around 25-30 or somewhere in that area. It all had plenty of time to dry and was all good. However, I don't normally stack that much together but won't hesitate if the need arises. Clutter, you are right about dragging those logs out with the tractor. Saves a lot of work but just beware of dirt on the log. You can always roll the log over and scrape the dirt off before cutting so you won't have to spend so much time sharpening the chain. A wire brush works great for this.