The tree service in my town is selling a wood-truck full of hardwood logs for $800. They claim it is between 6-7 cords total. That is $125 per cord about. I know the owner, and he is a good guy, and his $250 per cord of split wood is always a full cord (if a bit green). I am getting a lot of tools delivered for Christmas and want some wood to work on, do you think I should jump at this? **UPDATE** Because of the bad news in my area I decided I needed some wood to work out my frustrations on. Ordered the small grapple truck of wood. Claims to be 3-4 cords of dry logs for $450. Here is what I got: You can see the one bad piece of the bunch on the far right of this first pic. A gnarly 4-way splitting trunk. The are all hardwoods, and very dry. How many cords you think I have? I am not looking forward to cutting and busting this huge cherry trunk. Luckily it is straight with no branching. All local CT trees.