The first is a load of pine that I got from my wood cutting partner/cowoker, that doesn't want "to burn pine in his stuff". So he asked if I wanted it and I said sure. He had it professionally cut in his yard, and then he or they bucked it and rolled it down the hill. All we had to do was pull his splitter in place and split it and then I loaded it up the next day. I still have almost this much left. The next pics are from my trip to get wood from one of my loggers. Our friend said that she and her parents needed some "green" wood, that they had plenty dry but needed green. So I said I ll get some when I can. So my logger told me he would give me all I could haul. I hauled 3 loads, the third and 4th pics are the same load, this should give her a load me a load and her parents a load. I got their business dump truck and went at it. Got three loads in all, I figure 6-8 cords but think closer to 7 but not sure..guesses? The wood was cut the day before I hauled it and we have had a good bit of rain recently. These trees were actually dripping water as they were sitting on the truck. I have not seen this in a year at least.. and for those of you that have not read my posts in the past I am a forester and handle logging as my primary duty!! Pine yes but have not seen dripping hardwood in a while..esp in DECEMBER I think ever!! They split some 2 days after I delivered it and burned it that very same night, which was yesterday(wood was cut Thursday)!! Cant tell those people any different, but they are burning in an old Craft smoke dragon.