So, I've got "enough" wood that is or will be well seasoned in time for this coming winter. More of it is cherry than is ideal (for me, anyway - no comment from you fellas burning nothing but pine and aspen). It gets damn cold here, and I'm heating a good sized, non-tight house. It's work to keep this place above 65 when it's below zero outside, at least with non-premium firewood. I do, however, have a ton of oak in rounds that haven't been split yet. So I got to thinking, what if I cut it into cookies, and stack as loosely as possible in pallets? I've got tons of room to store it that is completely open, gets plenty of wind and total sun. Any chance I'll be happy burning this stuff in January and February? I mean, anything can be burned, but will I get a leg up at all by making the extra cuts and turning the stuff into cookies? Just wondering if that capillary action would be sped up by cutting it into 3 or 4 inch thick rounds, maybe splitting them in half, and stacking as loosely as possible. Any thoughts? If not, I'll live, but curiosity got the better of me.