Every year I toil to make sure I will have enough wood for the next season. All year I am working at it. cutting , hauling, splitting , stacking. Every year, once I get into the heating season I start to get a little freaked out that I miscalculated some how, and I won't have enough wood to make it thru. It won't be a total crisis if that happens. I'll just turn the thermostat on and use the heating system that was built with the house. I think I can safely say that this year will not be a problem. There have been enough days where I didn't burn or let the fires go long enough between reloads that I have the majority of my wood still left to burn. Only 2 months of winter left. I guess I will be more than set for next year. I might have 5 cords available for next year, and don't know if I could possibly burn that with 24/7 burns for Nov-March.