Lady advertised free firewood in local "Yard Sale" group of Facebook. I saw it about 15 minutes after she posted it and she already had a reply. She said it was huge and over 100 yrs old. The first guy went and looked and said he didn't have a saw big enough to handle it so he bowed out. I went and looked and told her I was afraid to tackle it too. I am having second thoughts about it now and am thinking about doing it. The pic does not do justice for this thing. The end closest to the camera is nearly 5' in diameter. The first limb you see coming off the side toward the top with moss on it is about 30-40' from this end. It is probably 4' in diameter there. Look in the background and you can see how far the rest of it extends out. I have a 24" Husquvarna, Husky splitter from Tractor Supply and a 10' trailer to hook up to my truck and can haul about 2000 on trailer. From what I understand, it has been down since a storm last Spring. The lady said there is probably $2000-3000 in firewood in it. I don't quite think that much, but well over $1000. I don't exactly like the poison ivy vines running up the side of it either. I would have to cut it in chunks and split on the spot just to load for the many trips I would have to make. Should I do it or pass?