Yes, I know it's hardly worth the fuel it takes to cut and split, but it was standing dead and almost certain to take out a fence when it fell. I let down the fence, dropped the tree across it, and then just couldn't bring myself to drag it back into the woods to rot. It will come in handy next spring and for that matter, since I retired 4 years ago it's just me & 2 Jack Russell Terrorists at home during the day & we really don't care how often we have to feed the fire so it wil get burned. It was about 25 feet up in the woods, I dropped it out the hole to the right of the suburban and backed th tractor/splitter in between the log and the trailer. It was a downhill slope so I rolled the rounds out to the splitter and loaded the trailer as the splits came off.