I spent the morning hauling firewood up to the house and filling this new wood rack up. Last winter we constantly had a mess all over the back porch because of the firewood stacked on the floor between two stands. I thought this might keep it neater and I should be able to use the blower to just blow out dirt and debris from underneath it.
I bought it on-line at Plow and Hearth http://www.plowhearth.com/Curved-Firewood-Rack_p2239_S2002_D3050_C1035.html
It was just 99 bucks and they had a coupon code on the main page that I used for free shipping. It took less than a week to arrive. I put it together this morning and it seems sturdy enough. We'll see how it holds up through the winter. That little space underneath for kindling is a good idea in theory, but in reality it is rather hard to get the kindling in there and it will probably all pull out in a wad. I think we'll use a bucket like we did last year for kindling and use that space for smaller logs/sticks.