I thought I would post the pictures of the slab wood I ordered. I know the guy that owns the mill so I was lucky and he delivered it for some beer. You don't ever want to put this in a pick up truck. He weighed this load so we know it was 6000 lbs. What he did when he loaded the wood is put 4 inch cedar logs under the slab wood so we could roll it off. Then he laid a tow chain on top of the cedar. When he had it loaded he tied the chain on top. So on the deliver we just put a tow chain around a tree and attempted to drive off. It stopped his truck right in it's tracks and the 4 wheel drive just dug in. What we found the best was to back up and slam the breaks on and the load slid 6 inches or so. After a few of those maneuver's we were able to drive it off. Those cedar posts worked great, without them I am not sure it would slide of. The wood also had three bands around to hold the bundle together in transit. I used them to my advantage to slice the wood up. It was a lot of stacking and bending over but I did it in less than a day. I made maybe a dozen trips with the Atv trailer and the last picture is what a bundle looks like stacked. It stacks tight so there is basically 6000 pounds on that one rack, of which 50% is water. This slab wood was a little thicker than I have had before, but I guess each bundle is different. I want to use it for kindling, but for what I paid if you have to buy firewood this is the cheapest thing next to free. Enjoy watching me wear my back out.