I have two different areas where my seasoned wood is stacked. One section is outdoors (about 2.5 cord), tops only covered by tarp. Other 2.5 cord in a shed. My plan is to use the outdoor stuff first and save the stuff in the shed. I know that my wood is seasoned because it burns incredibly well. We got some horizontal rains here in CT, so my outdoor stuff did get a bit wet. Here's my question: If creosote is caused by smoke and water (I think that is what AP taught me), then is my "wet" seasoned wood something that I should avoid burning?