I haven't had the chance to get out yet this year to start my 2021 scrounging, so when a friend said he had flagged some trees for me I was glad to finally get the saws out yesterday. Ended up cutting down five trees (with well over a dozen or more left to go). Four were smaller trees (that I know many on here would look down their nose at) however it was all green hardwood and I never turn down green beech. The ash was a great bonus. The kicker was that I could just load my gear in the trailer, hop on the ATV, and drive across the street from my house to access his property. Added what I cut to the round pile that I didn't get to before the snow fell last winter. Then, to top it off, I received a text from a local arborist yesterday evening who said he could bring a load of hardwood by today. Backed his dump trailer in and dropped the logs right in my processing area! Great way to start timber scrounge 2021. I'm sitting on 11+ cords of CSS hardwoods so everything I'm getting this season will be for 3+ years out (unless we have long brutal winters).