Nothing against you guys with perfect stacks (Dennis, Dave, I'm looking at you), but us guys with ugly stacks need a place we can all feel safe I'll start. Mostly hedge, some BL, a little hickory....a tiny bit of white oak. 5 rows, 2 wide, about 5' high, about 30' long. This is my '15/'16 and hopefully '16/'17 wood. This wood will average 3 years old by the time I get through it all. Most was standing dead so it should be pretty dry when it goes in the stove. Next we have a stack of 100% black and white oak c/s/s in Nov '11. I'll burn this first. Not sure how much is here...half the stack is two rows deep...maybe 40' long. There's a tiny bit of apple in there for cooking/smoking. This is 75% black oak, 25% white oak. I'll get into these stacks this year...hopefully not ALL the way into them. 3 rows, 2 deep, 4-5' high, 24' long. This was c/s/s in the fall of '12. Not ideal, but it's what I gots. None of my stacks are works of art, precision craftsmanship, or eye candy....but they don't fall down unless I hit them with the mower, and they keep the house warm. I love to look at other people's good looking stacks, but I don't have the patience to cut everything to length, crib the ends, and all that.