With the weather in the upper 70's I'm burning none of the wood I've been scrounging. Since starting to heat with wood (this is my 3rd 'winter') I've purchased a new saw, a splitter and countless pieces of PPE and other 'aids'. I got tired of looking at my stacks after seeing how pretty some of you guys stack yours and I had some 2" sch40 pipe laying around so I built a rack. 21' long, 4' tall. Well I liked the look of it so I decided to build a few more. I use 3 sticks of pipe to build one rack at $125. This attempt to save a few bucks has evolved into a hobby which is always bad for the checkbook. If the winters continue to be this mild the good news is I'm 6yrs ahead on wood! Did I mention it's in the 70's here right now?