Beautiful sunny day today, high in the mid 40's, perfect firewood cutting/splitting weather. Finished up the last cord to go in the shed for two winters from now. Few years ago, I built a couple of '4 cord shed'.....on skids so I can move them around (empty) where I'm thinning out firewood. They are 6x12 inside and I stack split wood into the rafters and figure they hold right at 4 cords. Last winter, built two more, so I can store a total of 16 cords in the four of them. We use about 1 1/2 sheds or 6 cords/yr depending on the winter. Still have one emptied this year to fill for the start of winter 2019-20. Also welded up a couple of baskets that hold 1/3 cord....one goes in the hoop house in case we get a cold spell before we finish fall harvest, the other goes in the shop to feed the stove there along with scrap wood working cutoffs. We usually bring the contents of a shed into the basement in the fall. Most of this goes upstairs via a dumb waiter I built into the side of the fireplace to feed the stove in the living room....our primary source of heat. Some gets used in the basement stove if the weather gets into the single digit or below range to help the upstairs stove. Living room stove is sort of a free standing insert combo. The wood 'car' is to the right, accessed by a counter weighted walnut vertical sliding door. Car holds 3-5 days worth of wood. The last stove (#5) is a cook stove in the 'auxiliary' kitchen/ meat cutting room off the back of the garage. Only use it when it gets cold enough the water might freeze out there. Room is well insulation, and the two freezers in it usually put off enough heat to keep the room ok.