That's what I heard last night from the wife after I had just finished splitting and stacking almost 2 cords of wood. What? The wood, I don't want it there so you may as well not stack anymore because you're going to have to move it. Uh, I asked you if I could stack it here and you said I don't know, but then never said a single word to me when I started stacking it; instead, you waited until I was completely done stacking it here? Uh, I told you that I didn't want it there Uh, you said no, I explained exactly where I wanted to put it and you said 'I don't know', but then never said another word about it. I don't care, it's not staying there.... Anybody want to guess what is going to happen to the wood? I'm still not sure myself. I'm going to try to sweet-talk her into leaving it there. It's this winter's wood (yellow poplar so it should be seasoned by winter) so it should be gone in a few months. Otherwise I'm going to tell her that I'll move it once I get done splitting all the other wood and I get the fireplace installed. I'm sure I can convince her of that... It still just aggravates me that she didn't flat out object to the wood being there and then once it's already there then she objects... does she think this work is easy?