Several years ago (guessing 5) a twister went through the B-in-law's woods and knocked over about a dozen pretty fair sized ash trees, 30- 36" at the base. His intent has been to get them sawed up but has realized that he was never going to do thing with them so he gave them to me for firewood. We cut up one of them Saturday and they are "there" meaning not punky but seemingly not far from it. I am not that familiar with Ash, some of the other wood I work with like white Elm and Maple would be junk by the time I needed the wood if found in the condition of this Ash. What to do with it? This years and next already cut. How long will it keep if I just leave it in the woods? Cut into long lengths and stack (PITA) Cut it and cover somehow? He would realy like to get the woods cleaned up. I think I am getting firewood greed, LOL.