Neighbor was moving, wanted to get rid of some mixed cherry and maple logs he'd intended to cut, split & use but never got around to it. Stuff didn't look great, but I took it anyway. Cut / split it, kept what looked reasonably good and bonfired the rest. Went to grab some, and noticed lots of white mold, green mold, and fungus, the latter sprouting from the ends. It's stored outside, but of course has to come inside to burn, and in bringing it in I guess I risk elevating the airborne mold spores inside the house. Once burning, it seems the spores will be killed by the heat, so that shouldn't be an issue, right? Seeking input on this. Last thing I want to do is create a big, expensive to solve, mold problem in my house due to some free firewood, but if it's not going to be a problem, then of course I want to use it.