As the old saying goes, "Wood warms you twice."
Nothing more satisfying than a full woodshed and it looks like you'd be pretty happy in that regard?
My cousin and I pretty much had the camp woodshed filled back on Memorial Day weekend, but I'm sure he's found/cut more wood by now? Some for there, most for me to tote home for the woodstove. He has an advantage, since he lives nearby and has time.
I now mostly burn "ironwood" (hop hornbeam) in the camp stove. Plenty of it around the place, along with sugar maple, ash and hickory, from blow-downs or fallen branches from windstorms.
Ironwood is almost like burning coal, since it will burn all night in the stove. Only drawback, is that you need to cut and split it while it's green. Once it cures, it is almost like iron and will dull a saw chain right quick. Since most of what we cut is no bigger than about 3" in diameter, most doesn't need split.
Need to get with it on the home firewood, because I only have about two cords left from last winter. But at least two more cords already split, up at camp and waiting to be fetched home this fall.