Back in 2003 to about 2007 ,I came upon an Amish lumber mill about 55 miles one way from home,they sold oak and hickory blocks remnants from milling logs.For several of those years I went down there and hauled back hundreds of loads to be burned in my woodstove. The blocks were clean and for $15 a load shown here you had some primo heat.I kept it to myself,well the city folks were tipped off by dirtbags about the source and began flocking there in droves,well they brought their kids ,who ran wild through the lumber yard disrupting everything. Soon the Amish capitalyzed on them and you could no longer load your own truck,they did with a loader,and the price now is about $75 a load nowhere like seen here.That source dried up for me due to cost. This is my last load in early 2007 on 2003 Tacoma 2700 lbs of hickory.The Amish said by me loading so heavy the trucks bearings and everything else would break,well it never happened the truck still runs today with about 300,000 miles. But has been replaced by a 2014 and now a 2016. My nephew still drives the 2003 regularly. All good things eventually come to an end.