Well we have had a ton more snow here in the pacific northwest then we ever get. I had about a half cord seasoned wood stacked on the side of the house, staging for the wood shed *wood shed is almost empty as I post this. I had the front half of the pile covered with a tarp, and the back half, which sits about an inch away from the house not covered so I could let some air flow. Well, the air flew, and it made my once nice dry wood pile into a snow drift. A good half of the stack is covered in snow. I hoped that it was just the top row...I was wrong, this snow worked its way and hit every piece all the way to the bottom. What can I do? Is this half of the pile doomed to be soaked? I'm about to crawl in bed..worked a graveyard shift. I'm thinking of taking the pile and immediatly tossing it in the garage when I wake up. Thoughts?