So congratulations to me I finally got the wife to say "don't we have enough wood"? Took eight + cords so she held out pretty good. Bad news, I know I'm going to be short for next year . I had to re-stack a pallet of oak that got partially upended from Sandy that I plan on using next year. It was cut dead standing in 2011 and split but it's a little punky and the bark was holding all kinds of moisture. So today I painstakingly knocked the bark off each stick and stacked it in nice single rows so at least I saved it from going to chit. It was always going to be close but after I was done I can clearly see I'm going to come up short for next year. The season after (2015) I will have plenty of three year CSS oak, hickory, locust etc and as long as I put up a couple cords a year I should be good from here on out. I'll have some 1 yr CSS cherry ready for 2014 that I could use which might save my butt but I'm thinking a 1/2 cord or more of kiln dried might be order. Any one ever try kiln dried wood? If I buy in March/April will it be ready for the coming season?