This year I have been stacking all my splits in rows but not spread apart. Most of the wood has been downed oak, fairly dry. A buddy told me to leave it stacked this way (looks like a giant wood cube) I was concerned that the outer pieces would dry but it might stay wet inside. Rows 14 feet long by 4 feet high by 12 feet deep. I have an old corn crib next to the pile and I thought of throwing all the splits in there on top of pallets. The side walls are slatted and plenty of air circulation. To save time I wouldn't stack it. I would lose some room but I can't spend all those hours playing with wood. Any suggestions?