I don't really need more of it right now, gotta get more quick-dry stacked. But I wanted to keep in touch with this place. I scored a bunch of White Oak there last year. There's a new caretaker now and I want to stay on his radar, since about half the trees there are Whites. There are Reds, and some White Ash, but we'll be up to our arse in Ash if the borer gets here. This particular Red was leaning, and fell after a soaking rain and some wind. 30" DBH. I wanted to get two loads today but the first load kicked my arse, with the hand-splitting. Really didn't want to drag the splitter over there since it's about seven miles away. Here is what was left after four loads. Down to the meaty trunk now. You can see how quickly the surface moisture is evaporating at 80*, the first round is losing its red color, and the stuff on the trailer was surface-dry by the time I got home! This is the fifth load; Dropped one load at the neighbor's in trade for some Red Maple. The stack is three rows, four pallets total. With this trailer, and the final load tomorrow, it should be close to two cords, all told. There's more un-split Red Oak waiting in the background, not to mention three downers in the woods here. And the neighbor where I scored this Red, who I know, has got a leaner Black, 30"+, hung up on a busted-off White. Looks like I'll be getting the wood from that as well. Then on the way home, I passed a cleared lot that looks like it's got Cherry and White Oak... Help! Save me from myself! Haven't had time to cut the grass, so my buddy stepped up to help me out.