We had our usual work detail at camp this weekend and since I am one of the younger members, my job is cutting firewood. After 1 trip of filling of the truck with wood, we decided we might as well get another load. We finish cutting the second load of wood and begin to load the cut logs on the truck, as we are loading the wood we notice what looks to be like a nail head in one of the cut logs. Since we dont want to burn the nail in our wood stove, we grab a flat head screwdriver and begin to dig out the dead wood to remove the nail. Well, to our surprise the metal object wasnt a nail, but a round ball, the sawman cutoff about a 1/4 of the ball when he was cutting wood. Some of the members figure the ball to be around 50-60 years old, depending on the rings of the tree.