http://jnfirewood.com/ Looks like a great place for wood. I got to looking around for some hickory because it is not readily available around here and ran across this web site. He is located down by Ft. Ripley in southern Mn. long ways from where I am at but I have family in New Ulm which is very close to there so I get that way on occassion. He looks spendy however. His lump charcoal is a buck a pound! I'd have a hard time burning that!! The last bag of chunk hickory I purchased up here was a waste of money. The first piece I used had good hickory flavor. Now nothing. It's like as soon as the bag was open all the freshness and aroma left the wood. I could smell the aroma of the wood from the first piece I used now the wood has no aroma whatsoever. I closed the bag back up and it is stored in a cool dry place in my garage so I can only assume the chunks are old by the time I get them. I seem to have the same experience with store purchased chips of any kind. lots of thin blue but no flavor. I may pay this place a visit my next trip back home.