Hello all, just a little bit of wood porn for you all. The long stack on the left, is 4 rows wide, and was C/C/S November '12. That'll be this years wood, and probably most of 14/15. It is mostly Ash, with a little cherry and black locust from the hurricane last year. The ash and cherry is reading around 15%, which i'm very excited about, but the BL, which is in the middle, is in the 30%'s. (i'm thinking just because its in the middle and not getting alot of sun/wind.) Oh well, guess I'll just have to pic around it and wait until next year. Quite wet when i was splitting it. The empty pallets with one row is what i went through last year, basically my first year burning. There was 5 rows there. I told myself in the spring to get that refilled ASAP so i could get 3 years ahead, and give that wood two full summers to dry, but what do you know, it August and I just finished the first row...crap...time to get splitting fast! Time flies. I bring all my wood in from my buddies house a pickup truck load at a time about 15 min away who has a outside boiler. We cut and split about 12 cords a year in the fall for him for that winter with a splitter, and basically he tells me "take what you need" because I help him. Usually, I'll just bring rounds home and split them on my own time because splitting ash with the X27 is fun for me. Id like to get a log truck delivery at some point in the next few years, but I'd like to keep that area neat because its right next to my driveway, and with all the sawdust i'm thinking, wishful thinking.