Got one of those scores that is hard to complain about. Long story short, Some rich guy bought a hosue 3 years ago, and in his "carriage house" was a solid 2/3+ of a cord of split red oak, white oak and birch that sat there for 3+ years (it was there when he moved in) Well he finally got around to having his "help" post it on craigslist as a truckload of hard wood for 20$. me thinks great, even if its just a truck load its worth checking out. I drive down there and low and behold its at least 2 FULL/Overloaded truck loads of very well seasoned hard woods all for a whopping 20$ Got one load tonight, going back for another load tommarow on my lunch break. Im tempted to throw the "help" another 20$ So as the title says, the only downside is 80% of the splits are cut in 20-24" lengths. So now I ponder "Do i cut these in half or do i cut them to 16-18" lengths and end up with pancakes?"