I love burning wood, but I hate buying it! Ordered two cords - asked over and over if it was ready to burn this season. "Of course! It's been split for years." Well, not exactly - turns out it had been cut a couple of years ago and left in logs 6 to 8 feet long, but just split - and it's not anywhere near 20% dry yet (Most of it is bark-less, which I hope is a good sign.) In addition to that disappointment, the "splits" are a lot larger than I'm used to. The length is what I asked for, but many are 9" - 10" across (the big light one in the center of the pic is 9.5" at the widest). Maybe it's fine, and split size is just a preference. What would you do - leave as is, or invest more time/money and split it into smaller pieces? (Not sure how I'd accomplish the re-splitting as I don't own a splitter).