I lived on the coast of Oregon for almost twenty years, and only
burned ocean drift wood. It was my only source of heat for my living room
Just two things.
1) you really need to let it dry out for a few months if possible, so
overstock, cover in a dry place and itll be fine, I found outdoors
preferable, but covered.
2) You will go through saw blades faster because of the salt content and
various other reasons, so either learn how to sharpen whatever kind of saw
blade you will be using, or find someone, who will do it unexpensively for
you. Maybee barter some wood for sharpening.
I always used a two person hand saw, so I dont know if this
would apply to a power chain saw or not.