There is a strip of woods/county "park" behind the house through which the powerlines run. Just before Sandy hit the powerline crews came and took out some standing dead trees and they cut them into firewood lengths. A beech was just behind my neighbors house and he offered it without me asking. Easy enough to get to my piles as they were literally a stones through away. About 6 houses up two more trees were taken down another beech and perhaps an oak (I know picts). It is lying in the park, but the neighbor has quite of bit of ancient firewood stacked in her yard so I figured I'd make sure she didn't want it. I approached her yesterday and got the go ahead to take it. The only issue is its going to require hauling it through the woods about a tenth of a mile and I have to cross a shallow stream 3 times. Any advice on how to move it? Do I split it where it is and carry it or somehow roll the rounds. I have a wagon, but it wouldn't be able to make it up and down the banks of the stream. She quite the landscaper and a bit cranky (she was defensive of her stacks even though I didn't even mention them) so I think asking her to trek it across her yard to the road is out of the question.