Today was spent helping my sister and BIL handling some logs/boards they were having milled at their place. They had 15 logs, about 60% white oak, the rest was walnut. My BIL is a mechanic for a construction company and he picked up the logs from one of their construction sites. Was able to use the loader that was on site to get them on his trailer to bring home over a few different days.
This was the largest log, about 30" in diameter by 10' long,
The stack from just that one log.
The rest of the logs.
This was the stack at lunch time, by the time I left it was about 8' tall, sorry no pics. Didn't get the final count, but was 1000 bd ft when I had to leave and there were about 3 logs left to do.
Tom The Sawyer (http://tomthesawyer.net) was our milling guy. Great guy, very knowledgeable and prices seemed reasonable, my sister said it averaged out to about $.50 per board ft with his travel charges and taxes included. I think it was $.45 for 4/4 and $.35 for 8/4 boards (per bd ft). They also heat the house and shop using wood stoves, so they also have all the scraps to cut up to use for that, which was about 2 pickup loads worth.