Actually it was an off ramp. Thanks to Eric Schamell for the lead on this score. An area he has scrounged from many times. State cutting back from road. Wood cut maybe last Winter. Scouted it a couple weeks ago and had to look at a job ten minutes from there so hit it today. Over half hour from home. Black and yellow birch. There was some aspen which i left. Most of the birch was propped off ground and had almost no rot. Bark was tight. Cut and flopped/carried sections out of ditch to staging area then bucked for loading. 3/4 PU full of rounds. Was ready to leave and checked other side of road...bingo more wood. Sassafras and birch down an embankment. Didnt bother bucking. Still some sassy there which i may grab when i go back to do the job next week. Plus more on another ramp. Normally dont go far for a score, but birch is a rare scrounge for me. Staged logs prior to bucking.