First log load for you? Looks like fun. You are going to be buried in chips and saw dust come Saturday afternoon.
The logger that dropped it off said it was mostly oak with a bit of maple and hickory. This is just my 2nd year of wood burning so I'm not too good at recognizing wood type without leaves on it.
Welcome Zack.. Where are you in CT? I've been looking for some log length wood. What did he nick you for that?
The truck outriggers? My guy usually one of the 6x6 pieces that I have lying about for a cushion. One time he didn't. I now have a souvenir dent in my driveway and I always make sure there is a piece of 6x6 lying there for him.I was asking Zack. Those outriggers can do a number.
Welcome to the forum Zack.
You'll like cutting that wood and splitting too. Good that he laid down some logs to stack on as it will make your work easier. The only thing I would warn is that most times it takes oak 3 years to dry good and I would think in your area it would take this long. This is one more reason to get on the 3 year plan; 3 years ahead always solves over 90% of wood burning problems.