After reviewing your other post I noticed something I didn't before. How did you half the logs? It looks like a chainsaw cut them in half.I get that.
I built some make shift log decks to cut on.
Last spring I decked one over completely to handle short pieces and larger logs, so as to noodle them without dropping the halves on the ground.
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I'v done that a few times with huge logs that didn't fit on the splitter, soon came to realize it took to long to cut and it must be hard on the power saw going with the grain takes 4x longer with throttle wide open.
I know guys use Alaskan saw mills all the time to cut lumber like that but the saws dont last long.
Anytime a log is over 20 inch diameter a make a pile off to the side for my friend with a saw mill. Makes beautiful lumber and saves alot of time/wear and tear on the saws.