Well, some of this happens from time to time. We cut in the winter and do not split until spring. My splitting pile is stacked up to six feet high. Trouble is, lost of it has snow on the bottom and then throughout the pile there is more snow. With all that warm air we got (wind was SW so straight out of Lansing), a lot of the snow melted and naturally some of the wood pile scattered. Wasn't too bad though. I could see one block in the lane but when I went out, all of the last tree I cut had tipped completely over. More work! Maybe I'll just take the splitter out there and split it rather than re-stack it. It is all ash and some pretty good sized blocks too.