Live in rural PA and MD. Today I found a large oak that had been cut down on the side of the road from the wind storms today. Part of the enormous trunk had already been bucked, just to move it out og the road. The rest of the big limbs remain intact and on the side. The wood is on the side of the road, but I am not sure who it belongs to, as these are all farmswith long dirt roads leading to the houses. I could go farm to farm and ask if I can have the wood, but I am wondering if it is generally accepted that when a tree falls in the road and is pushed to the side, it is fair game?