I had a 24" and 12" 'twin' hickory that split up the middle of the larger half and had to be dropped on January 1 of this year at my old home. It was leaning towards the house and I didn't want it to damage it. Because I didn't have the time or inclination to deal with it, I offered it to a local barbecue restaurant if they would come get it. Probably 5-6 truckloads of wood. Paved driveway within 20 feet of the stump. He's not even been to see it. I'm afraid it's too dry now to put a chain saw into and it's got the yard all blocked up for mowing. Is it worth trying to get a taker, or should I just knock the dust off my old chain saw and roll the logs down the hill? I'll try to upload a few pics later.